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For 2016, the rate has been based on the average exchange rate across the whole month of September; this is the second year this has happened. In previous years the exchange rate has been determined solely by the rate seen on 30 September.
The 2016 rate represents a 17 percent increase in the value of the Euro compared to last year, marking an increase for the first time in three years.
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