Greek Drachma Foreign Exchange Rates and Money Transfer Services

The Greek drachma currency was replaced by the euro in 2001 at the fixed foreign exchange rate of 340.750 Greek drachma to the euro.

Currently, the Greek drachma has yet to make a comeback to the world of currencies, however we have set up this unique section to keep you informed of the very latest news affecting the euro and Greece, which may well see the dramatic return of the Greek drachma at some point in the near future. Bookmark this section of our website: Bookmark Us - Greek Drachma Currency News

 

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More and more observers see Greece reissuing the drachma, devaluing it and trying to rekindle economic growth in a couple of years—rather than sticking with the euro and enduring a decade of pain. - Jonathan Buck, Barrons - 11/02/2012

Greece should be allowed to take a “sabbatical” from the euro, and to reintroduce its own currency. The Greek drachma would fall sharply against the euro, which would boost the competitiveness of Greece’s export and tourism sectors. - Harvard University economics professor Kenneth Rogoff - 21/02/2012

Any decision to reintroduce a national currency (new Greek drachma) would ultimately be a political choice on the part of the Greek parliament - Standard Chartered Bank - 22/02/2012

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About Greek Drachma

Greek drachma since March 1832
Fixed rate to euro since 19 June 2000
Replaced by euro 1 January 2001
Replaced by euro, cash 1 January 2002
Drachma / euro rate 340.750 Δρ.