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Synonyms for dirham

100 dirhams equal 1 riyal in Qatar

the basic unit of money in the United Arab Emirates

the basic unit of money in Morocco

100 dirhams equal 1 dinar in Tunisia

100 dirhams equal 1 dinar in Libya

worth one tenth of a Kuwaiti dinar

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During the same period, the Dirham depreciated by 0.
The market capitalization of listed companies in ADX reached 455 billion Dirhams, of which the share of domestic companies was 425 billion Dirhams.
That was down from a profit of 114mn dirhams in the corresponding period of 2015.
Dubai: Indian businessman Balwinder Sahani paid 33 million dirhams ($9 million) for a Dubai license plate for one of his Rolls Royces.
5 billion dirhams in the third quarter from a year earlier.
5bn dirhams and became the second largest community in the list of expatriate property buyers in Dubai during 2014.
Its earnings growth was driven by a 17pc rise in income from fees and commission to 493m dirhams, as well as a 22pc decline in provisioning to 154m dirhams.
Everything now is over three dirhams and pocket money is no longer in coins.
of which came from a staffer at SICO Bahrain, with a projected figure of 6 million Dirhams (US$ 1.
12 billion dirhams ($307 million) in the third quarter compared with 1.
On Sunday, Emaar said villa sales jumped 85 percent to 959 million dirhams in 2011 while sales of commercial units and land plots more than doubled to 2.
Communication Minister, government spokesperson Mostapha El Khalfi said, at a press briefing following the meeting, that the said draft lays provisions for supporting social development programs by earmarking 51 billion dirhams to education, 12 bln dirhams to health, 3 bln dirhams to housing, 2.
DUBAI: Conglomerate Dubai Investments may look to raise up to 1 billion dirhams ($272.
Dubai-based real estate firm Emaar Properties has posted a net operating profit of 1,656 million dirhams ($451 million) in the first half of 2010.
3 billion dirhams until November 10, 2017, recording a 6.