Re: International money designations

Subject: Re: International money designations
From: Max Wyss <prodok -at- PRODOK -dot- CH>
Date: Fri, 24 Apr 1998 18:22:38 +0200


In the banking business, the US dollar has the abbreviation


followed by the amount.

So, it would read USD 1.

My CHF 0.03 (or DEM 0.036; FRF 0.12; GBP 0.012 ...) worth.

Hope, this can help.

Max Wyss
PRODOK Engineering AG
Technical documentation and translations, Electronic Publishing
CH-8906 Bonstetten, Switzerland

Fax: +41 1 700 20 37
e-mail: mailto:prodok -at- prodok -dot- ch or 100012 -dot- 44 -at- compuserve -dot- com

Bridging the Knowledge Gap


>I've looked in the archives, and in my reference books, and haven't
>found what I want. So, I'm asking you, how do you designate currency?
>Would you say
>US$ 1
>US $1 or
>US 1
>I have a preference, but was asked to show some source or authority for
>my suggestion.
>So, how would you write this? (It's for a marketing piece our
>department is putting together - a project description of sorts, if that
>makes any difference)
>O BTW, I'm on digest, so please reply to me at this address and I'll
>summarize if anyone is interested.
>Marci Abels mabels -at- csiks -dot- com
>CSI, Inc.

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