New Taiwan dollar

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New Taiwan dollar
新臺幣 / 新台幣 (Chinese)
NT$2000
NT$2000
ISO 4217 Code TWD
User(s) Flag of the Republic of China.svg
Inflation 2.34%,3.7% (CIA World Factbook, 2008 est.)
Source Central Bank of the Republic of China, Jul-Dec 2007
Method CPI
Subunit
1/10
Jiao, but no official translation
1/100 cent (分, Fen)
Subunits used only in stocks and currencies
Symbol $ or NT$
Nickname kuài (塊)
máo (毛)
Plural dollars (English only)
cent (分, Fen) cents (English only)
Coins
Freq. used $1, $5, $10, $50
Rarely used $20
Banknotes
Freq. used $100, $500, $1000
Rarely used $200, $2000
Central bank Central Bank of the Republic of China
Website www.cbc.gov.tw
Printer China Engraving and Printing Works
Website www.cepp.gov.tw
Mint Central Mint of China
Website www.cmc.gov.tw

The New Taiwan dollar (traditional Chinese: 新臺幣 or 新台幣; simplified Chinese: 新台币; Tongyong Pinyin: Sīntáibì; Hanyu Pinyin: Xīntáibì) (currency code TWD and common abbreviation NT$), or simply Taiwan dollar, is the official currency of Taiwan. It was used since 1949, when it replaced the Old Taiwan dollar. It was first printed by the Bank of Taiwan, it has been printed by the Central Bank of the Republic of China since 2000.