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Indonesian Rupiah Story
The current Indonesian currency was introduced during 1971. As of now, it has Rupiah and Sen with 100 Sens making up one Indonesian Rupiah. However, Sen does not hold much value as the Rupaiyah itself has less value. When referring to the currency, the local populace utilise the word ‘Perak’ instead of the more popular word ‘Rupiah.’ The Indonesian Rupiah has currency banknotes of 2000, 5000, 10,000, 20,000, 50,000, and 100,000 respectively. Just like the rest of Asia, Indonesia is extremely easy on the pocket. Despite low rates, bargaining is a common practice among its populace, so you can easily negotiate the price of any item you like. Cash or card payment is extremely popular; however, one must carry smaller notes or coins for transportation or tipping businesses. When travelling to Indonesia, do not expect coins when asking for change since you will most likely end up with sweets. Older currency that dates back to 1998-1999 is invalid and can be exchanged for current Rupiah.
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Why to invest in Indonesia Rupiah?
If you want to invest in a currency that's undervalued but still offers good returns, then Indonesian Rupiah should be on your list. Perhaps you're considering purchasing Rupiah to complete your collection of foreign bills, or perhaps you're considering exchanging it later on with a reputable dealer like Vietnamese Dong.
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