Tunisian Dinar


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Tunisian Dinar

The currency of Tunisia. It came into circulation in 1960, replacing the Tunisian franc. It was pegged to the French franc until 1964 and then the U.S. dollar until 1971. There are significant restrictions on the convertibility of the dinar.
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After allocating for provisions taxation, net income for the first quarter of 2015 increased to 4m Tunisian dinars ($2.
The proposal intends to attract and select the most promising Social Business entrepreneurs in Tunisia to join the iBDA program and benefit from individual coaching and personalized networking facilities with access to capital between 100,000 to 600,000 Tunisian dinars.
The signing of the Japanese loan will make Japan the second largest contributor to the APD after France, who have thus far contributed 5 billion Tunisian Dinars (approximately 3.
The allocated budget of 50m Tunisian dinars covers all infrastructure work such as roads and pathways leading to the project.
Italy is Tunisia's second largest commercial partner, with the value of commercial exchange reaching 11 billion Tunisian dinars.
Tunis, 21 Aug: The value of Italian investments in Tunisia in 2008 reached about 10 billion Tunisian dinars more than US$7.
QNB, the country's largest lender, yesterday said it won regulatory approval to acquire half the Tunisian bank, which has four branches and share capital of 30 million Tunisian dinars ($25.
With Tunisian Dinars (TDN) 458 million total assets (about US$400 million at TDN1.
At his hearing Tuesday by the parliamentary committee on rights, freedoms and external relations, Taieb Baccouche said his ministry has suggested a budget of 215 million Tunisian dinars (MTD) for 2016 and has finally got 205 MTD.
Presenting the economic and social programme of the Tunisian provisional government on Monday in Tunis, Jallali said that the exportation of food during the first quarter grew by nearly 12 percent to 450 million Tunisian dinars compared to the same period in 2010.
The project cost will be 45 million Tunisian dinars, said CEO of the Gafsa Phosphate Company (CPG) and of the Tunisian Chemical Group (GCT), Romdhane Souid.
The Bank for Financing Small and Medium Enterprises (BFPME) has signed an agreement with the Qatar Friendship Fund for a donation of 15 million Tunisian dinars.