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Hryvnia (UAH) is the currency in Ukraine

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    100 kopijkas

The hryvnia is the currency used in Ukraine and was introduced in 1996, replacing the Karbovanets, which in turn replaced the Russian ruble. It is issued by the National Bank of Ukraine in 7 coins and 9 banknotes.

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Ukraine is a country in East Europe and the capital is Kiev. The country was declared independant in 1991 after the fall of the Soviet Union. The economy was good until the global financial crisis came. The steel export was halved in november 2008.

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