Translation:Regulation for the exchange rate between New Taiwan Dollars and the fiat currency in the laws of the Republic of China

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Regulation for the exchange rate between New Taiwan Dollars and the fiat currency in the laws of the Republic of China  (1992) , translated from Chinese by Wikisource
This is an unofficial English translation from a law in the public domain. The translation has been donated into the public domain.[1] See also a governmental translation
Promulgated by the President on 17 July 1992
Article 1 (purpose of the law)
This Regulation is made to maintain the validity of laws and regulations in force, by converting the fiat currency therein into the New Taiwan Dollar.
Article 2 (conversion of Yuan (圓), Silver Yuan, or Yuan (元))
Wherever the laws and regulations in force specifies the amount of monies in the currency unit of Yuan (圓), Silver Yuan, or Yuan (元), that is three times the New Taiwan Dollar.
Article 3 (date in force)
This Regulation is in force on the day of promulgation.
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