About the Chilean Peso (CLP).

The Chilean Peso is the official currency of Chile. The Chilean Peso is subdivided into 100 centavos. The CLP was introduced in 1975, replacing the Chilean Escudo at a rate of 1 CLP = 1000 Escudos. The CLP is pegged to the US Dollar at a rate of 1 USD = 690.3 CLP. What can you buy with 1000 Chilean pesos? Assuming you're asking what can be bought with 1000 Chilean Pesos in Chile, here is a list of things that could be purchased:

-2 large pizzas
-4 liters of milk
-1 kilo of rice
-2 pairs of jeans
-1 pair of shoes
-1 week of public transportation
-1 ticket to a movie theater Is CLP a restricted currency? CLP is not a restricted currency. How much cash can you take into Chile? You can take up to $10,000 USD in cash into Chile. This is the limit set by the Chilean government. Anything above this amount must be declared to customs. Which country have more currency value? There is no one country with more currency value than another. Currency values are determined by a number of factors, including economic stability, inflation rates, interest rates, and international trade.

What is meant by restricted currency?

When a country imposes restrictions on the amount of its currency that can be bought or sold by foreigners, this is known as a "restricted currency." These restrictions are usually implemented in order to stabilize the country's currency and prevent it from becoming too volatile.