Tunisian dinar


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Synonyms for Tunisian dinar

the basic unit of money in Tunisia

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The bank's financial statements for the first quarter of 2015 shows that the total income stood at 11m Tunisian dinars, increasing by 22pc compared to 9m Tunisian dinars for the same period in 2014.
The statement cited Tunisian Minister of Agriculture Mohamed Bin Salem as saying that he appreciates Egyptian-Tunisian relations which is why he intervened to reduce the fine from 200,000 Tunisian dinars to 100,000.
The company will pay 205 million Tunisian dinars ($132 million) for the rights, the ministry said in a faxed statement to Bloomberg.
Manama A Tunisian waiter chose not to follow the old saying "Finders keepers, losers weepers" when he discovered that 120 million Tunisian dinars (Dh309 million) was deposited by mistake in his bank account and returned the amount to the bank.
Tunis to Djerba Tunis from pounds 45 (Sevenair - can be booked with Tunisair) Sheraton Tunis, 269 Tunisian dinars, double room, breakfast extra at 26 dinars (www.
DO try to spend all your Tunisian dinars before you leave.
Tunisia's Salim Insurance firm plans to raise its capital from four to 10m Tunisian dinars ($7.
posted total monthly casino gross revenues from gaming of 646,985 Tunisian Dinars (TD) or US$573,721 in August.
The dam, whose storage capacity stands at 41 million m3, the costs are estimated at 47 million Tunisian dinars (MTD), aims to strengthen the country's water reserves and contribute to the creation of irrigated perimeters over a surface of 200 hectares.
A framework deal has been inked by the European Investment Bank (EIB), the Tunisian-Kuwaiti Bank (BTK) and the Tunis Entrepreneurship Network on partnership and financing of Tunisian small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and very small enterprises (VSEs), worth 40 million Euros, the equivalent of 92 million Tunisian dinars (MTD).
In that respect, he said, Tunisian exports to Africa were estimated at 800 million Tunisian dinars for last year.
He added that a total of 22 Kuwaiti corporations invest some 419 million Tunisian dinars (about USD 261 million) in his country and employ 4.
Though the Tunisian market faced significant challenges in 2011 caused by the "Arab Spring", ARTES managed an overall successful year, earning a total revenue of Tunisian Dinars 148.
The first half revenues reached Tunisian Dinars 94.
State-controlled Qatar Telecom said on Monday it will pay 205 million Tunisian dinars ($131 million) for the licenses.