The basic monetary unit of Bhutan, equal to 100 chetrum.
- ‘And I shudder to think of a world without the scrumptious Azerbaijani gopik, or worse yet without everyone's favorite - the Bhutanese ngultrum.’
- ‘With an annual membership fee of 6,000 ngultrum, roughly $130, Bhutan's golfers are mostly limited to the upper echelons of society - government officials and diplomats, plus a few stray Japanese tourists.’
- ‘The ngultrum is on par with the Indian Rupee (both the Nu and Indian Rupee can be used in Bhutan).’
- ‘The ngultrum is a non-convertible currency except with India due to the exchange peg.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.