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CFP franc

The CFP franc (In French, franc Pacifique or franc CFP, from the former franc des Colonies franšaises du Pacifique) is a currency, commonly called the franc, used in the French overseas territories of French Polynesia and Wallis and Futuna and the territorial collectivity of New Caledonia.

It was created in December 1945, together with the CFA franc.

It has the ISO 4217 currency code XPF.

Exchange rate:

The 1960 and 1999 events are merely changes in the currency in use in France: the relative value of the CFP franc (FCFP) is unchanged since 1948.