The Bank of the Maldives official government rate could differ from the market exchange rate by 2% with multiple price auctions held bi-weekly.Exchange control regulations make freeflow out of the country difficult, in turn recalled payments and returns of funds for any reason can be time consuming and costly.
The external value of the Fiji dollar (FJD) is officially determined on the basis of a weighted basket of currencies comprising the Australian dollar (AUD), Japanese yen (JPY), New Zealand dollar (NZD), euro (EUR), and US dollar (USD).
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) is the government authority in Hong Kong responsible for maintaining monetary and banking stability and acts as the de facto central bank of Hong Kong.
The Nepalese rupee (NPR) exchange rate is maintained by the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the agency that may decide on changes in the exchange rate system.
The NPR is pegged to the Indian rupee (INR) at a rate of 1.6 NPR:1 INR.
The Bank of Mongolia's official government rate could differ from market exchange rate by 2% with multiple price auctions held bi-weekly.
The Maldivian rufiyaa (MVR) is pegged to a 20% horizontal band around a central parity of MVR 12.85 per US dollar (USD).
The exchange rate arrangement is a conventional peg with the Indian rupee (INR).
No current legal documents establish a fixed exchange-rate arrangement, although the Bhutan ngultrum (BTN) has been pegged at 1:1 to the INR since 1974.
This could include providing proof of identity and documents related to the POP (invoices, work permit for foreign payroll, etc.).