Ringgit ng Malaysia

Ang Malaysian ringgit ( /ˈrɪŋɡɪt/; plural: ringgit; symbol: RM; currency code: MYR; formerly the Malaysian dollar) ay isang pananalapi ng Malaysia. Ito ay hinati sa sandaang sen (cents). Ito ay inisyu ng Bank Negara Malaysia.

Ringgit ng Malaysia
Ringgit Malaysia (Malay)
Kodigo sa ISO 4217MYR
Bangko sentralBank Negara Malaysia
 Websitebnm.gov.my
Official user(s) Malaysia
Unofficial user(s) Indonesia
(border area)[1][2][3]
 Pilipinas
(border area)[4][5]
 Thailand
(border area)[6][7]
 Vietnam
(in certain parts of Ho Chi Minh City)[8]
Pagtaas2.1% (2016)[9]
 PinagmulanDepartment of Statistics, Malaysia
Subunit
 1/100sen
SagisagRM
Perang barya5, 10, 20, 50 sen
Perang papelRM1, RM5, RM10, RM20, RM50, RM100

Mga sanggunianBaguhin

  1. "Warga Perbatasan Transaksi Pakai Ringgit" (sa wikang Indones). Republika Online. 17 October 2011. Nakuha noong 22 November 2014.
  2. Warga Perbatasan Gunakan Mata Uang Ringgit (video) (sa wikang Indones). Viva News. 24 February 2013. Naganap sa 2:07. Nakuha noong 22 November 2014.
  3. "Miris, "Garuda di Dadaku, Ringgit di Kantongku"" (sa wikang Indones). Kompas.com. 15 March 2014. Nakuha noong 22 November 2014.
  4. Ron Gagalac (5 March 2013). "Food prices up 100% in Tawi-Tawi due to Sabah standoff". ABS-CBN News. Nakuha noong 22 November 2014.
  5. "UN's call should be heeded to end violence in Sabah, says Hajiri". Zamboanga Today. 9 Marso 2013. Tinago mula sa orihinal noong 29 Nobyembre 2014. Nakuha noong 22 Nobyembre 2014. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (tulong)
  6. "Relaxation in the carrying of Ringgit Malaysia for border traders". Bank Negara Malaysia. 5 Pebrero 1999. Tinago mula sa orihinal noong 29 Nobyembre 2014. Nakuha noong 22 Nobyembre 2014. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (tulong)
  7. "Warning over fake ringgit in South". Bangkok Post. 6 September 2013. Nakuha noong 22 November 2014.
  8. Muhammad Nizar Bin Jamaludin; Nur Hafizah Shaarani (30 April 2012). Panduan Memborong di Vietnam (sa wikang Malay). PTS Professional. mga pa. 156–. ISBN 978-967-369-196-8.
  9. Approximately 30% of goods are price-controlled (2016 est.) (The World Factbook) Naka-arkibo [Date missing], sa www.cia.gov Error: unknown archive URL