Definition of Mauritian rupee
1. Noun. The basic unit of money in Mauritius; equal to 100 cents.
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Literary usage of Mauritian rupee
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1. African Economic Outlookby African Development Bank, African Development Bank Group by African Development Bank, African Development Bank Group (2006)
"Indeed, the mauritian rupee has depreciated by approximately 6.8 per cent in relation to the US dollar in 2005. The Bank of Mauritius rate was increased to ..."
2. International Business Practices (1993)
"•Population: 1.1 million •Currency: mauritian rupee (MR) •GDP: US$2.2 billion REGULATORY AGENCIES • The Minister of Economy, Finance, and Plan, ..."
3. Trading Competitively: Trade Capacity Building in Sub-Saharan Africa by Federico Bonaglia, Kiichiro Fukasaku (2002)
"This achievement was made possible by the switch to more capital-intensive techniques and the substantial depreciation of the mauritian rupee vis-a-vis ..."