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Best Currency Exchange Rate in Canada

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2011/05/03 Historical Exchange Rates

1 CADin CAD
USD1.05370.949
AUD0.96511.0362
CHF0.91381.0943
CNY6.84950.146
EUR0.7131.4025
GBP0.63931.5642
HKD8.18570.1222
INR46.72290.0214
KRW1124.13070.0009
MXN12.18810.082
NZD1.30620.7656
SGD1.29180.7741
THB31.530.0317





Notes: Exchange Rates may change throughout the day and may differ at the time of booking,and up-to the minute rates may be obtained by contacting any bank branch. Rates can only be guaranteed at the time the purchase or sale is conducted.






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canadian exchange rate news:
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    The Conservatives have long planned to cut the corporate tax rate to 15 percent next year from 16 5 percent Their stated goal: to help business compete in a global market
  • Phillips-Van Heusen Announces Closing of Amended and . . .
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