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CUPCalifornia University of Pennsylvania
CUPCuban Peso (ISO currency code)
CUPCambridge University Press
CUPColumbia University Press
CUPConditional Use Permit
CUPCanadian University Press
CUPCancer of Unknown Primary
CUPCommittee of Union and Progress (Turkey)
CUPChina Unionpay (credit card company)
CUPCentro Unico Prenotazioni (Italian: One Centre Bookings)
CUPContents Under Pressure (radio show)
CUPContent Usage Policy (intellectual property; various organizations)
CUPCursor Position
CUPCandidatura d'Unitat Popular (Catalan countries)
CUPCanterbury University Press (New Zealand)
CUPCommission Université Palais (French: University Building Commission)
CUPCommon Unix Printing System
CUPCisco Unified Presence
CUPCompetitive Upgrade
CUPContinuous Upgrade Process
CUPCode Universel des Produits (French: Universal Product Code)
CUPCarcinoma of Unknown Primary
CUPComparable Uncontrolled Price (accounting)
CUPCentral Utility Plant (University of Colorado Denver)
CUPCondom Use Programme (various locations)
CUPChina University of Petroleum (Beijing)
CUPControl Unit Port
CUPClarion University of Pennsylvania
CUPConsumptive Use Permit
CUPCommon Underlying Proficiency
CUPCopper Units of Pressure
CUPConstructor of Useful Parsers
CUPComponent Unit Price (various organizations)
CUPCompassionate Use Program (pharmaceuticals)
CUPCareers Using Physics
CUPCentralized Ultrasound Processing
CUPCommon Undersea Picture
CUPCOMSEC Utility Program
CUPCarupano, Venezuela - Carupano (Airport Code)
CUPCorrosion Under Paint
CUPCommon User Products
CUPConsolidated Utilization Plan
CUPCataloguing Upgrade
CUPCommon User Processor
CUPCommonality Usage Proposal (NASA)
CUPCatalog Update Process
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As table 1 shows, the Ml monetary aggregate in "regular" Cuban pesos increased from 25.6 percent of GDP in 2009 to 31.6 percent in 2014; similarly, the M1 monetary aggregate in convertible pesos grew from 41.3 percent of GDP to 49.2 percent during the same period.
Cuban consumers are allowed to convert their dollars to Cuban pesos at 90 percent of the dollar's value.
Several Havana residents interviewed by this journalist have many doubts about holding on to savings in CUPs because of their uncertainty as to what the fixed parity between the Cuban peso and the convertible currency will be on Day Zero.
The problem of low wages in Cuba is closely related to another major economic problem: how to unify the two official currencies circulating in the country--the Cuban convertible peso (CUC) and the Cuban peso, which traded at about 24 to 1 CUC in 2008.
They use the Cuban peso as currency (26 pesos to US$1).
The government of Raul Castro has done very little, until now, to eradicate the distorting effects of the parallel circulation of two national currencies--the Cuban Peso (CUP) and Convertible Peso (CUC)--and to correct the multiple exchange rates.
The Bank adds that each hard-currency peso is still worth 24 of the standard pesos and that the new measure does not affect the official exchange rate between the Cuban peso and the CUC used in the domestic state sector, which establishes parity between them.
The price for using a toilet, urinal or wash-basin will be one Cuban peso, or about 4cents.
In his first speech as President in February 2008, Raul promised to make the government smaller and more efficient, to review the potential reevaluation of the Cuban peso, and to eliminate excessive bans and regulations that curb productivity.
"[Unification] is imperative to guarantee the reestablishment of the Cuban peso's value and its role as money, that is as a unit of accounting, means of payment and savings," a government communique carried by official media said.
This is imperative to guarantee the re-establishment of the Cuban peso's value and its role as money, that is as a unit of accounting, means of payment and savings."
"We demand for all the nation that the Cuban peso be an acceptable means of payment in every establishment without exception," the petition said;