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San Marino
Capital: San Marino
San Marino's economy relies heavily on its tourism and banking industries, as well as on the manufacture and export of ceramics, clothing, fabrics, furniture, paints, spirits, tiles, and wine. The per capita level of output and standard of living are comparable to those of the most prosperous regions of Italy, which supplies much of its food. The economy benefits from foreign investment due to its relatively low corporate taxes and low taxes on interest earnings. San Marino has recently faced increased international pressure to improve cooperation with foreign tax authorities and transparency within its own banking sector, which generates about one-fifth of the country's tax revenues. Italy's implementation in October 2009 of a tax amnesty to repatriate untaxed funds held abroad has result more info »
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San-Marino P-S102 200-Lire 1976
200 Lire San-Marino's Banknote (Front)
Pick#: P-S102
Date: 1976
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200 Lire P-S102 1976
San-Marino P-S101 150-Lire 1976
150 Lire San-Marino's Banknote (Front)
Pick#: P-S101
Date: 1976
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150 Lire P-S101 1976
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