Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Usually we get less than 250 million Guinean francs for the national team.
This programme was expected to cost about 75 billion Guinean francs.
I showed him my dollars and some Guinean francs.
He was consequently arrested after going to a government office to pay the 100 million Guinean francs.
He was released that evening, without either being charged or given a hearing, after paying 20,000 Guinean francs (about four euros).
The soldiers reportedly removed 50 million Guinean francs ($10,000) and forced the owner into their vehicle upon leaving.
The Guinean Franc uses a managed floating exchange rate.
He relented, but still confiscated the Guinean francs.
The Guinean franc was reintroduced as Guinea's currency in 1985, at par with the syli.
The soldiers reportedly entered the premises to search for counterfeit medicines but removed approximately 50 million Guinean francs ($10,000) from the safe.
"We are queuing to receive 1 million Guinean francs each, representing our arrears," one soldier told Reuters by phone, declining to be identified.
Analysts say Souare's capitulation to most of the soldiers' demands, including paying them 5 million Guinean francs ($1,140) each, risks encouraging further unrest.
The currency is the Guinean franc (GNF).
The first Guinean franc was introduced in 1959 to replace the CFA franc.
Guinean franc (FG)
There are no limits on the conversion of U.S. dollars to Guinean francs (GNF).
Aïssatou Boiro played a decisive role in dismantling a network which held around 13 billion Guinean francs (about 1.5 million euros) in May 2012.
The tribunal ordered him to pay four million Guinean francs (GNF) ($563) to Doussou Thermite Mara, a police commissioner.
Food prices were little changed in the market but fuel prices quintupled to more than 30,000 Guinean francs ($6.80) per litre after several service stations closed because of looting by mutineers.
New Prime Minister Ahmed Tidiane Souare had already agreed to pay the mutineers 5 million Guinean francs ($1,100) each in claimed salary arrears. '
In October 2007, the budget for the election was placed at about 79 billion Guinean francs, with about 18 billion coming from the government and foreign aid required for the remainder.
In July 2008, the electoral budget was placed at 146 billion Guinean francs, having been increased from an earlier figure of 132 billion Guinean francs.
The Guinean authorities wanted to give the family two million Guinean francs (about 400 euros), but the victim’s family refused to take money from those responsible for the death of their child.
He was later released, but on 30 June 2009 he was arrested again after failing to make sufficient repayments of the money (12 billion Guinean francs) that was allegedly stolen.
The crisis had seemed to be easing Wednesday after the government agreed to meet several key demands, particularly a promise to pay each soldier 5 million Guinean francs -- around US$1,100 (euro700) -- within days.