The monetary unit
between 1985 and 1991. It was divided into 100 centimo
s. It replaced the sol
, but was overtaken by hyperinflation
, and was replaced by a new sol in 1991.
I think inti is the Quechua (Inca) word for 'sun', Spanish sol.
The symbol was I/. as in I/. 5.00. Postage stamps in 1991 were denominated in millions of inti, as e.g. I/m 0.25.
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