Kai Becker wrote:
> Am Dienstag, 25. Dezember 2001 19:59 schrieb Geraint Rees:
> > Is everything the same numeric price all over the world, whatever the
> > currency?
> If this were the case, everyone would move to Italy :-) At least until Jan,
> 1st 2002, where most european countries switch to the Euro.
> == Kai M. Becker == email@example.com == Bremen, Germany ==
> "Any technology distinguishable from magic is insufficiently advanced"
No, numeric values vary greatly outside the Anglo-Saxon realm. Thailand's
baht exchange rate to the $US is ~45 to 1. A recent Thai TV5 report on the
Euro said the Euro coin is very similar to the Thai 10-baht coin in size,
thickness, and weight. The baht to Euro exchange rate is about 75 to 1.
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