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Vatu (VUV) is the currency in Vanuatu

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The vatu is the currency used in Vanautu in the Pacific Ocean. It was introduced as currency in 1983, replacing the New hebrides franc as official currency and the Australian dollar. The currency is issued by the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu.

Where is Vanuatu?

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Vanuatu has 4 large and 80 smaller islands in the Pacific Ocean. Many islands are active volcanos. The economy relies on natural resources like manganese and forestry and fishing. The biggest problem is the far distance to international markets.

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