Ecuador’s government has officially adopted the new dollar as its official currency.
It is expected to be used as the currency for foreign transactions and export sales, and will be used by the country’s banks and insurance companies, as well as government agencies.
Ecuador’s move comes after the central bank in 2013 announced that it would adopt the new currency.
Ecuador has long had a strong dollar and is one of the most heavily dependent countries on the world’s oil markets.
But it is not the only country to adopt the currency.
A number of other countries have also adopted it, including Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Singapore, Australia, and Mexico.
Ecuador will now be one of eight countries that use the new pound sterling as their primary currency.
That’s more than double the number that are using the dollar in 2017.
It’s also about a third of the size of the U.S. dollar.
The dollar has become more popular among people in the country as the country has been forced to rely on imports from other countries for most of the past several years.
Ecuador, a small country in South America, has been one of Latin America’s poorest countries in recent years due to the lack of development.
It was the first country in the region to abandon its own currency, the peso.
In recent years, Ecuador has also seen the growth of digital currencies.
In December, the country announced that Ecuador had signed a deal with blockchain platform Ripple Labs, which provides services to international payments and remittances.
Ripple is an Ethereum-based cryptocurrency.
The agreement is expected be a major step in the Ecuadorian government’s effort to become a global player in the field of digital payments.
The Ecuadorian economy relies on exports, which account for about 10 percent of its economy.
In 2017, Ecuador exported $2.5 billion worth of goods and services.
The country also imported $1.4 billion in goods, including food, fuel, and machinery, according to government statistics.
According to the U, there are about 10,000 registered businesses in Ecuador.
Ecuador is the fourth-largest exporter of liquefied natural gas, with an annual average production of about 9 million cubic meters.
In a recent report, the U said that Ecuador is “in a strong position” to become the world leader in liquefying natural gas production.
The government also plans to launch an industrial park in the city of Quito, which is home to one of Ecuador’s biggest oil and gas fields, by 2020.
That investment could have a significant impact on the economy in Ecuador, where the country produces roughly 80 percent of the world market for crude oil and natural gas.