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Diram

A subdivision of the Tajikistani somoni. One diram is equal in value to 1/100 of one somoni.
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The Knowledge Dirham and Innovation Dirham will not be refunded when transactions are cancelled.
The amount of investment in Pakistani rupees crosses over Rs430bn after taking the value of one dirham at Rs27.
5 billion dirhams on its four glass factories so far and plans to invest an additional 800 million dirhams in 2013-2014.
Iraq was the first target market for Sharjah's exports with 322 million dirham total and Iran was the second with 254 million dirham ($70 million) worth of products.
97bn dirhams in first-quarter revenue, up 32% on a year ago.
He pointed out that most items that used to cost a dirham are now either double the price or more.
Tamweel, the Dubai-based sharia-compliant mortgage lender, made a fourth-quarter net profit of 31 million dirhams ($8.
The company, which completed a three-pronged financing package to repay a $2 billion-equivalent Islamic bond earlier this year, made a profit of 212 million dirhams ($57.
7mn dirhams compared with 428mn dirhams a year ago, taking full year provisions to 1.
In addition, it was followed by a presentation that highlighted the procedures related to the financial settlement of the e Dirham system G2.
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.