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Complementary currency

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  1. a hypernym (superordinate) of local currency and sectoral currency

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. also referred to as community currency

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  3. Complementary community currencies describe a wide group of currencies or scrips designed to be used in combination with standard currencies or other complementary currencies

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  4. They can be valued and exchanged in relationship to national currencies but also function as media of exchange on their own

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  5. Complementary currencies lie outside the nationally defined legal realm of Legal tender and are not used as such

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