Yemeni Rial


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Yemeni Rial

The currency of Yemen. It was the currency of South Yemen before unification in 1990. Following unification, the rial remained in circulation along with the North Yemeni dinar until 1996. After the dinar was withdrawn from circulation, the rial became a floating currency.
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For example, the prices of bullets range from 400 Yemeni rials -- almost $2 -- to 1,600 rials.
The central bank also said that its budget increased by 262 billion Yemeni rials to 1.
Muhammad Ali, a 16-year-old Yemeni overstayer, said he paid 500 Yemeni rials (SR10) to be guided across the border.
The film, which cost the state about 10 million Yemeni rials (about $50,250) to make, took three months to shoot.
Speaking to Gulf News from his small village in the western province of Hodeida, Mohammad Saleh Al Jaharani, said that the eyes of his daughter, Sdia, began producing stones 14 days ago and has spent thousands of Yemeni Rials on visits to local doctors.
The Eman Charity distributed clothes worth 9 million Yemeni Rials for the poor in Ibb to mark the upcoming Eid holidays.
I work as a taxi driver earning no more than 2,000 Yemeni Rials a day (around USD eight).