What Is The National Currency of Egypt?

What Is The National Currency of Egypt?

The Egyptian Pound (EGP), or Gineih Is The National Currency of Egypt. It was introduced in 1834. The Egyptian Pound is subdivided into piastres or millimes.

1 EGP is equal to 100 piastres or 1000 millimes. Original source of value for the EGP was from before the 19th century In 1834, a parliamentary bill issued a new currency based on a bimetallic system.

The EGP is 57th on the foreign money exchange ranks and America has (at time of this creation) 18,951 worth of US dollars which is about 126,340 EGP.

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