Lâm Sudan pound
Lâm Sudan pound sī Lâm Sudan ê koaⁿ-hong hoè-pè, kì-jīn sī SSP.
|Lâm Sudan pound|
|South Sudanese pound|
|Jī-bú tāi-bé||SSP |
|pó͘-chō͘ tan-ūi (khah sè)|
|Gîn-phiò||5pt, 10pt, 25pt, SSP1, SSP5, SSP10, SSP20, SSP25, SSP50, SSP100, SSP500, and SSP1,000|
|Gîn-kak-á||10pt, 20pt, 50pt, SSP1, and SSP2 |
|Lâm Sudan Gîn-hâng|
|taⁿ ê SSP ê hoē-lu̍t|
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- ↑ Bank of South Sudan https://www.boss.gov.ss/features/exchange-rates/
- ↑ Bank of South Sudan https://www.boss.gov.ss/features/exchange-rates/ , the symbol is not used by the BSS on banknotes or coins, and also not on for example South Sudan postage stamps; in general the code SSP is used to refer to the national currency
- ↑ "South Sudan new piaster notes (B101 - B103) confirmed". Banknote News. 17 November 2011 khòaⁿ--ê.
- ↑ Quartz Africa 8 July 2015 Four Years in, the world's newest country, South Sudan, introduces its first coins https://qz.com/africa/447398/four-years-in-the-worlds-newest-country-south-sudan-introduces-its-first-coins/
- ↑ Adaku Samuel. "South Sudan To Issue New Currency On July 9". Juba Post. goân-loē-iông tī 17 July 2011 hőng khó͘-pih. 10 July 2011 khòaⁿ--ê.
- ↑ https://www.cia.gov/the-world-factbook/countries/south-sudan/ 2016