The ISO 4217 standard is an international standard that defines three letter codes for currency. The first two letters are usually the characters from the ISO 3166-1 country code (usually equal to the two-letter top-level Internet code), followed by the first letter of the currency. The code is designed to be equal aptitude for manual user and the use of automated systems. Examples are the euro, ISO code EUR and British Pound Sterling GBP. The standard also establishes procedures for a management agency (SIX) and the method of application of these codes.
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