Definition of Austrian schilling
1. Noun. Formerly the basic unit of money in Austria.
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Literary usage of Austrian schilling
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1. The Shape of the New Europe by Gregory F. Treverton (1992)
"Austria maintains intensive economic relations (including strong links between the Austrian schilling and the deutsche mark) with Germany, as its dominant ..."
2. International Business Practices (1993)
"Exchange Controls: The Austrian National Bank administers exchange controls and issues permits, when applicable. Generally, the Austrian schilling is freely ..."
3. The Tax/benefit Position of Employees by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (1998)
"... The national currency is the Austrian schilling (ATS). In 1997, ATS 12.20 was equal to US$ 1 (average of daily exchange rates). ..."
4. Viennaby Philippe Benet, Renata Holzbachova by Philippe Benet, Renata Holzbachova (2000)
"313440 Money The Austrian schilling (OS or ATS) is divided into 100 Gro- schen (g). Coins: 10, 50 g, and 1, 5, 10 and 20 OS; notes from 20 to 5000 OS. ..."
5. Nuclear Nonproliferation: Iaea Has Strengthened Its Safeguards and Nuclear by Gene Aloise (2006)
"The US contribution to IAEA's budget is calculated using the average monthly exchange rate for the month in which the euro/Austrian schilling payment was ..."
6. SAS 9.1 National Language Support (Nls): User's Guide by SAS Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"Table 11.1 European Currency and Currency Codes Currency Currency code Austrian schilling ATS Belgian franc BEF British pound sterling GBP Czech koruna CZK ..."