the basic monetary unit of Papua New Guinea — see Money Table
Examples of kina in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebInstead, the project’s partners paid less than a quarter of that (about 495 million kina) in taxes, royalties, dividends and other payments in 2016.
Washington Post, 2 Aug. 2019 Her bilum pieces sometimes address the legacy of colonialism or incorporate kina shells, which represent money.
Jenna Sauers, Harper's BAZAAR, 12 July 2019 By September 2017, more than three years after exports started, royalties received by the government totaled 150 million kina, the World Bank said.
Perry Williams, Bloomberg.com, 27 Feb. 2018
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