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YES!!! Today in exchange rate markets it is referred to as' GB pounds'. equivalent to US Dollars.

'Sterling' does not indicate the country of issue of the money, , but 'GB' indicates the country of issue.

Personally, I feel 'Pounds Sterling' is a far better description. !!!!!

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yeah we use it in England

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