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2008/07/30 Historical Exchange Rates

1 CADin CAD
USD0.97641.0242
AUD1.03010.9708
CHF1.02260.9779
CNY6.67360.1498
EUR0.62631.5967
GBP0.49322.0276
HKD7.61940.1312
INR41.46650.0241
JPY105.54580.0095
KRW986.13550.001
MXN9.79690.1021
NZD1.32120.7569
SGD1.33470.7492
THB32.70260.0306





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