taka

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the basic unit of money in Bangladesh

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The Bangladeshi government also helped us with 200,000 Bangladeshi Taka [Dhs10,000].
But less noticed have been falls against currencies like the Bangladeshi taka (down 22% since June 2007), Tanzanian shilling (down 19%) and the Nigerian naira (down 17%).
Recent weeks have seen falls against currencies like the Bangladeshi taka (down 22% since June 2007), Tanzanian shilling (down 19%) and the Nigerian naira (down 17%).
She, her sister and her brother-in-law were promised jobs with a monthly salary of 5,000 Bangladeshi taka ($73 US) by a family acquaintance, who urged them to follow him to Mumbai, India where "promising jobs" were waiting.
Other currencies such as Euro, Thai baht, Philippine peso, Bangladeshi taka and Sri Lankan rupee are also sliding.
Masum had sent home 11,500 Bangladeshi taka (Dh545) in what became his final remittance.
4 per cent, largely due to the combined dampening effect of fewer migrants finding jobs overseas (lowering net migration), the appreciation of the Bangladeshi taka, and difficulties in resolving the status of migrant workers in GCC countries.
The price of one plate in Bangladeshi Taka is 2,937 ( ` 2,289).
The seized gold is worth around 10 million Bangladeshi Taka (US$128,700), Shimul said.
Mainly, the product would offer cash relief of up to 8,000 Bangladeshi taka (just over $100) per household in the event of a catastrophic flood.
The hitchhikers were forced to hand over Dhs300, 3,500 Bangladeshi Taka and two mobile phones.
Once their remains reach the airport, families are given 35,000 Bangladeshi taka (Dh1,656) as initial assistance for the burial.
He sold his family-owned store for 1,80,000 Bangladeshi Taka (roughly Dh8,490).
The minister said the government would impart training to housemaids intending to go to the Kingdom and each worker would get 12,000 Bangladeshi taka (around SR640) per month.
C He later convinced her that she could earn the money needed to buy the return ticket and that he would send 20,000 Bangladeshi Taka to her home if she obeyed him.
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