Tunisian dinar


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Synonyms for Tunisian dinar

the basic unit of money in Tunisia

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It will support growth and liquidity in the government bond market and serve as a reference for the pricing of sovereign and corporate bond instruments denominated in Tunisian dinar.
5 million Kuwaiti dinars, or 1,031 million Tunisian dinars during the financial year ended December 31, 2017 against 142.
The Tunisian dinar has lost more than 20% of its value against the euro in 2017 because of the size of the country's current account deficit, which put pressure on the foreign exchange market.
She added: "We found it difficult to exchange the money especially when the Tunisian dinar is going down because of the unstable political situation.
The prices of Tunisian dinar in the international exchange market since the beginning o the year till 25 Aug has recorded decline by 0.
The Tunisian dinar has even tumbled against other foreign currencies.
The Executive Board of the Central Bank met on Tuesday and took a package of measures to consolidate the Tunisian dinar which saw a sharp decline for a week," the CenBank governor told the National Television.
Summary: Despite a difficult domestic economic context in 2016, marked by a low GDP growth rate and a significant decline of the Tunisian dinar against the dollar, City Cars was able
225 dinars as the dollar reached 2,261 dinars, on October 26, and that "the dollar will continue its rise compared to the Tunisian dinar.
Summary: In order to mitigate inflationary pressures and limit the depreciation of the Tunisian dinar, the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) would start raising interest rates by 25 basis points throughout
9) exerted a pressure on the exchange market and contributed to the depreciation of the Tunisian Dinar against the leading currencies.
1 Tunisian dinars per share through block sales on the Tunisian Stock Exchange.
Tunis, Rabi'II 04, 1437, January 14, 2016, SPA -- Tunisian Council of Ministers approved on Wednesday a loan from the Saudi Development Fund worth of 263 million Tunisian dinars ($ 131 million) and another loan from the Islamic Development Bank worth of $ 400 million dinars Tunisia ($ 200 million).
25%) to 3,274 million Tunisian dinars (MTD) and imports growing 6.
An opportunity for Tunisian entrepreneurs to benefit from training 2 months of startup capital between 100,000 to 600,000 Tunisian dinars and coaching to create their social businesses.