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The Unidad de Fomento is the primary currency of Chile. Unidad de Fomento is not considered a standard currency. It is a specialty currency code used for trading or administrative purposes. Unidad de Fomento is a "fund" code. Note: The CLF is a daily economically-financial unit calculated by the Central Bank of Chile according to inflation (as measured by the Chilean Consumer Price Index of the previous month). The value of the CLF is expressed in terms of Chilean Pesos per CLF. The use of CLF has been widely extended to all types of bank loans, financial investments (time deposits, mortgages and other public or private indexed instruments), contracts and fees in some cases.

The currency code for the Unidad de Fomento is "CLF". The ISO 4217 number for this currency is 990.

Unidad de Fomento conversion rates, useful facts, and holiday schedule can be found below.

CLF Currency Demographics

The primary country using the Unidad de Fomento is Chile.

CLF Exchange Rates

1 Unidad de Fomento equals:

Australian Dollar


Inverse: 0.020


Inverse: 0.033
British Pound


Inverse: 0.037
Indian Rupee


Inverse: 0.00039
Japanese Yen


Inverse: 0.00027
US Dollar


Inverse: 0.028

† Rates last updated at 59 minutes ago

‡ Rates are the interbank rate and are only available on large transactions

CLF Currency Facts

CLF Details

ISO 4217 CodeCLF
ISO 4217 Number990
Unit NameN.a.
Currency NicknamesN.a.

CLF Denominations

Minor Unit NameN.a.
Minor Unit Symbol N.a.
Minor Units4
Frequently Used banknotesN.a.
Rarely Used BanknotesN.a.
Frequently Used CoinsN.a.
Rarely Used CoinsN.a.

CLF Issuance

Central BankN.a.
Central Bank WebsiteN.a.

World Bank Statistics

Estimated User PopulationN.a.
Population RankN.a.
CLF Inflation RateN.a.
Inflation RankN.a.

† Population and Inflation rate as based on data from the World Bank.

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