Bosnia-Herzegovina Convertible Marks is the currency in Bosnia and Herzegowina (BA, BIH).
The symbol for BAM can be written KM. Bosnia-Herzegovina Convertible Marks is divided into 100 fennig.
The exchange rate for the Bosnia-Herzegovina Convertible Mark was last updated on November 15, 2011 from Bloomberg.
The BAM conversion factor has 4 significant digits.
Historically, part of the Turkish Empire from the 15th century, the provinces of Bosnia and Herzegovina passed into the control of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1878. Following World War II, they were incorporated into the Yugoslavian federation.
The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is divided into ten cantons (kanton or županija): Una-Sana, Unsko-Sanski Kanton Posavina, Posavski Kanton Tuzla, Tuzlanski Kanton Zenica-Doboj, Zeničko-Dobojski Kanton Bosnian Podrinje, Bosanskopodrinjski Kanton Central Bosnia, Srednjebosanski Kanton or Županija Središnja Bosna Herzegovina-Neretva, Hercegovačko-neretvanski Kanton or Hercegovačko-neretvanska ...