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Chilean Peso to Canadian Dollar Converter Calculator

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Currency: Chile CLP  =  Currency: Canada CAD
 CAD  =   CLP
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This CLP to CAD converter is up to date with rates from 01/01/1970 00:00:00 i
These conversions are made using the Interbank rate. It should be used as a reference only.
Today 1 Chilean Peso is worth 0.00000 CAD while 1 Canadian Dollar is worth 0.00000 CLP. Chilean Peso / Canadian Dollar ratio is the value of the Chilean Peso in Canadian Dollar. CLP/CAD thus refers to the exchange rate of the Chilean Peso in Canadian Dollar, ie the value of the Chilean currency expressed in Canadian currency. The notation used is CLP / CAD, but there are others, such as CLPCAD or CLP-CAD. The symbol for CLP can be written $.The symbol for CAD can be written $. Note also that the Chile country code is CHL or CL. The Canada country code is CAN or CA
Instructions: Enter the amount of Chilean Peso to be converted in the box to the left. Choose the home currency by clicking on the currency name in the box to the right. To change from Chilean Peso (foreign) to another currency, just click on the currency name in the box to the left.
If you are interested in making a pocket-size exchange rate table that can fit in your wallet, choose the printable version of your cheat sheet or Traveller's Pocket Guide by clicking the printer image bellow.
Printable Version of your currency Cheat Sheet! Print This Chilean Peso (CLP) to Canadian Dollar (CAD) Cheat Sheet Table
CLP ($)CAD ($)
1000000.000.00
2000000.000.00
5000000.000.00
10000000.000.00
20000000.000.00
50000000.000.00
100000000.000.00
CLP ($)CAD ($)
200000000.000.00
500000000.000.00
1000000000.000.00
2000000000.000.00
5000000000.000.00
10000000000.000.00
100000000000.000.00
  
CAD ($)CLP ($)
1000000.000.00
2000000.000.00
5000000.000.00
10000000.000.00
20000000.000.00
50000000.000.00
100000000.000.00
CAD ($)CLP ($)
200000000.000.00
500000000.000.00
1000000000.000.00
2000000000.000.00
5000000000.000.00
10000000000.000.00
100000000000.000.00

How Do I Choose the Rate That Applies to Me?

The currency exchange rates here and in other sites is based on "interbank exchange rates". These rates are based on trading in a global network of more than 1,000 banks, and are not available through consumer or retail channels.

Consumers may use these rates as a reference only. To obtain actual retail rates, contact your local financial institution or currency exchange.

Retail spreads (the difference between the bid and ask prices) for smaller amounts are not reflected in these interbank prices since they vary among payment systems, countries and banks.

For these retail rates use this formula:

Value you will pay = value you get in this converter + X% (due to the margin for the cost of the exchange services).
The value X% varies from 1 to 10% or even more and depends on many factors. Examples:
1 - ATMs typically add 2 percent;
2 - Credit cards typically add 2 to 3 percent;
3 - Banks and foreign exchange kiosks add around 5%;
4 - Some Internet based foreign currency exchange agencies add 11 percent or even more.

How and where to exchange currency?

When it comes to exchange rates, you should know all your options. The practice can vary from country to country. In one country, you may have to change your money at the airport, and in other countries you may need to buy your foreign currency in advance. All options have its pros and cons. Perhaps the easiest way is to visit your bank – almost all banks can convert your home currency to dollars, Euros, Pounds and other major currencies. Anything outside these most popular currencies, you should visit a larger CBD branch for this. You could also use services like American Express or Travelex.

Some Useful Links on how to exchange money:


About Canadian Dollar (CAD)

The CAD - Canadian Dollar - is the official currency of Canada in North America. There are 100 cents in each 1 Dollar ( its sub-unit ). The symbol for CAD is C$. The dollar has been the currency of Canada since 1858. It's also known as a buck or a loonie. The two-dollar coin is known as a toonie. The Canadian dollar was pegged to the United States dollar until 1950. The currency began to float that year, though it briefly reverted to the U.S. dollar peg between 1962 and 1970.

About Chilean Peso (CLP)

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Countries that use the Chilean Peso (CLP) as their official currency

The Chilean Peso (CLP) is used as the main currency in the following countries: Chile

Countries that use the Canadian Dollar (CAD) as their official currency

The Canadian Dollar (CAD) is used as the main currency in the following countries: Canada

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