Bahraini Dinar

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Bahraini Dinar

The currency of Bahrain. It was introduced upon Bahrain's independence from the United Kingdom; it replaced the Gulf rupee. In 1980, the dinar was pegged to Special Drawing Rights, though in practice it was pegged to the U.S. dollar. The peg was officially changed to the dollar in 2001.
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The Saudi Riyal has no legal right to circulate in Bahrain alongside the Bahrain dinar.
Sending documents to translation offices can cost as much as 70 Bahrain dinars per page and take a long time to be translated.
EoACA[pounds sterling]We plan to raise up to 75 percent of our paid-up capital which is about 72 million Bahrain dinars ($191 million),EoACA[yen] Chief Executive Mohammed Ebrahim Mohammed told Reuters.
Aa I think that for the Bahrain Dinars 50 (approx dhs500) that Gulf Air paid my mother, the airline received excellent value and enormous recognition when the airline was establishing itself on the international aviation scene
He added that money for the salaries had been taken from the Endowments' general funds without legal grounds or guarantees and that 142,000 Bahrain Dinars (Dh1.
000 Bahrain Dinars Nine Hundred One Thousand and Six Hundred Thirty Two Only.
This latest five-year plan has been instigated but a few months after the Bahraini government also signed off a massive 208 million Bahrain Dinars

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