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Does anyone know of the new coins of 25, 50 and 100 francs to be introduced? Enlil Ninlil 03:06, 22 October 2007 (UTC)
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FC, not F
«Article 1 Le présent Décret-loi institue en République Démocratique du Congo, une nouvelle unité monétaire dénommée " FRANC CONGOLAIS". Son symbole est constitué par les lettres "FC" majuscules. Article 2 Le Franc Congolais est subdivisé en cent parties égales appelés centimes, et représentés par la lettre "c" minuscule.» source: http://web.archive.org/web/20080216040537/www.bcc.cd/monai2a.htm --Eruedin (talk) 14:46, 28 November 2009 (UTC)
In the past
- 100 Centimes = 1 Franc
- 100 Sengi = 1 Li-kuta
- 100 Ma-kuta = 1 Zaire Böri (talk) 11:14, 16 February 2012 (UTC)
No mention of value
The currency of this fair land was known in the past for being subject to freefall inflation; I am pleased to note that those days are [touch wood] gone. What is the cause of the stability of the currency at present? Is it pegged to the US dollar, or the Euro? Certainly the US dollar features a lot in the finances of the Congo at the moment. Zimbabwe got rid of their own currency a few years ago - and only has the US dollar. The Congo uses the US dollar for all transactions except the mundane everyday ones - like shopping for groceries. Bank account of individuals are kept as US dollars. So ... this article is fine - if you're a banknote collector, but what about the value of the currency? Could someone shed some light? Francis Hannaway (talk) 10:04, 22 July 2014 (UTC)