Moroccan Dirham


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Moroccan Dirham

The currency of Morocco. It was introduced in 1960, replacing the Moroccan franc. It is illegal to export locally circulating dirhams.
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6 Moroccan dirhams, which has put the deal size to Dh19.
The formation of a joint investment company with a capital of 800 million Moroccan dirhams is another vital achievement, he said.
37 billion Moroccan dirhams ($506 million) this January, an increase of 5.
The Suite Dreams offer is priced in Moroccan Dirhams and starts from MAD 25,470 (current exchange rate - AUS $2,779) per room for 4 nights based on two adults sharing on a full board basis.
Summary: Rabat - Morocco's Red Crescent (CRM) has granted 200,000 Moroccan dirhams ($24,700) humanitarian aid to Pakistani populations stricken by floods that hit the centre and the northwest of the country, leaving thousands homeless.
The deficit of the Moroccan Pension Fund (CMR) for public sector workers is currently on track to reach 750 million Moroccan dirhams ($85.
Etisalat said in a release on Tuesday it had made a binding offer that valued each Maroc Telecom share at Moroccan dirhams 92.
6 Moroccan dirhams, amounting to a consideration for Vivendi's 53 per cent stake in Maroc Telecom of Dh18.
The fare for the carrier's first flight from Casablanca to Sao Paulo, is 6,382 Moroccan dirhams, (R $ 1,665 ) - each stretch.
Summary: Rabat - Morocco's Red Crescent granted the Haitian quake-stricken population a donation of 250,000 Moroccan dirhams ($32,000).