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Synonyms for dinar

100 dinars equal 1 rial in Iran

the basic unit of money in Yugoslavia

the basic unit of money in Tunisia

the basic unit of money in Libya

the basic unit of money in Kuwait

the basic unit of money in Jordan

the basic unit of money in Iraq

the basic unit of money in Bahrain

the basic unit of money in Algeria

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"If in the production of a kg of grapes, in addition to other costs, you also take into account the labor of the vineyard owners and the rising price of labor in general, this year the overall production costs for the Smederevka or Vranec variety will be 15 to 20 denars per kg.
The Ministry of Economy provided 1.4 million denars of financial support for introducing HACCP systems in Macedonia for 2017, commented Minister of Economy Driton Kuci.
In the new methodology, the Commission has also driven up the retail margin from 3.2 to 4.6 denars per liter although traders wanted it to be 6.2 to 6.5 denars and has set the transport cost at 0.75 denars per liter.
The banknotes with denominations of ten and fifty denars, or among the so-called paper money, should have been successively withdrawn from circulation and be replaced with coins or so-called iron money with denominations of 10 and 50 denars.
The new price of Eurosuper BS-95 is 72 denars, of Eurosuper BS-98 74 denars, of Eurodiesel (D-EV) 63.50 and of the extra light heating oil (EL-1) 52 denars per liter.
Total revenues for next year are projected to be higher by 5% than the ones from this year, and they will amount to 163 billion and 280 million denars, while the expenditures are higher by 4%, and they will amount to 181 billion and 777 million denars.
15 denars per liter of oil and 22 denars per liter of gasoline are paid into the national budget.
If a good employee is still paid 12,000 denars or just as much as those that have so far been paid 10,000 denars, it is going to affect productivity in companies," says Angel Dimitrov, President of the Organization of Employers of Macedonia.
With the rebalance of the budget, some ten million denars intended for the Albanian theatre in Skopje and Tetovo's library have been cut, which are institutions very important for the Albanians.
This means that the employers can practically wait to 2014 to get the minimum wage of 8,050 denars. By then, the value of these eight thousand denars will be lost and these two-three thousand denars will not mean anything to the textile workers after three years, Madzovska concludes.
The state allocates 1.1 billion denars annually for the University of Ss Cyril and Methodius.
"Many citizens are paid wages of 20,000 denars. They are also paid 6,000 or 9,000 denars in cash so that their employers can avoid having to pay contributions.
The Customs Administration of the Republic of Macedonia effectuated profits in the first five months of 2017 that are 9.6 percent higher compared to the same period of 2016, accounting for 30.5 billion denars. The Customs Administration announced that following their highest accrued revenue in its 25 years of existence as an independent state body, they keep the trend of successful payment of duties in 2017.