Currency issued as paper or coins by a government which the holder cannot exchange for precious metals like gold or silver. Although a number of currencies like the U.S. dollar and Swiss Franc were convertible in the past, most countries now only issue inconvertible money.
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Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency
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