Medina said the bulk of credit lines has reached 347 million Cuban pesos, granted to citizens for home repairs and the purchase of construction materials.
What does CUP stand for?
CUP stands for Cuban Peso (ISO currency code)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 153 other meanings of CUP in our Acronym Attic
- Conditional Use Permit
- Condom Use Programme (various locations)
- Consolidated Utilization Plan
- Constructor of Useful Parsers
- Consumptive Use Permit
- Content Usage Policy (intellectual property; various organizations)
- Contents Under Pressure (radio show)
- Control Unit Port
- Copper Units of Pressure
- Corrosion Under Paint
- Cursor Position
- Canadian Ultimate Players Association
- Certified Unified Program Agency
- Cloud Utilization Promotion Agency (Japan)
- College and University Personnel Association
- College of Urban and Public Affairs
- College University Professional Association (human resources)
- Compassion Unlimited Plus Action (Bangalore, India animal welfare organization)
- College and University Professional Association for Human Resources
- Cornell University Plant Anatomy Collection (Ithaca, NY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
And it measures only wages paid in Cuban pesos, not payments in Cuba's dollar-like currency.
Bank offices in the country have started receiving applications for loans in Cuban pesos.
The 55-year-old father-of two recalls: "At first they wanted about 350 Cuban pesos which is about pounds 250
While the message of no major political change was clear, Raul indicated at least one economic change was being contemplated: revaluation of the Cuban peso, the national currency.
4 million LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH>>> 77 years LANGUAGES>>> Spanish CURRENCY>>> Cuban peso (CUP) PER CAPITA INCOME>>> $4,000 UNEMPLOYMENT RATE>>> 1.
Cuba even uses a dual currency: for tourists, the convertible peso, which matches the dollar, and for its citizens, the Cuban peso, at about 24 pesos to the dollar.
Nolberto was very thirsty, so after a few rounds of drinks, I settled up the bill - around pounds 5 in Cuban pesos.