Convertible Dinar

Convertible Dinar

A currency used in the former Yugoslavia. It was introduced in 1990, replacing the hard dinar. Most of the constituent countries of Yugoslavia became independent, and it was replaced by the reformed dinar in 1992.
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Taking the floor at the opening of the annual forum of Tunisians Abroad held in Tunis, Chahed pointed out that incentives will be considered to encourage Tunisians abroad to exploit their savings in foreign currency and convertible dinar in accounts in Tunisian banks and reduce bank taxes on their financial transfers.
Yugoslavs earned around 23 percent in early 1990 on the inflation plagued dinars in Yugoslav bank accounts, but the inflation rate since has declined as the convertible dinar stabilized.