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Fils

A division of the currency in several Arabic speaking countries. Many currencies, such as the Emirati dirham and the Bahraini dinar, are divided into 100 or 1,000 fils.
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- The franchise may be affected, for example, in the unlikely event that FIL becomes less important to FCU - and if FIL's access to FCU's distribution channels were therefore restricted;
- FIL also could be downgraded should its actual regulatory capital ratio fall close to 115% without management plans to rectify this, or if its financial performance is significantly below expectations.
She took her container to check but only found a minimum of 50 fils. "We don't have the smaller denominations.
Not a single bank Gulf News visited could provide coins smaller than 25 fils.
Authorities have stated in the past that diesel prices remained unchanged from 1985 until 2008 - being sold all these years for 70 fils per litre (land transport) and 80 fils per litre (maritime sector).
Meanwhile, Al Wardi Transport, one of the biggest fleet operators of trucks and equipment in Bahrain, said the scheduled increase in diesel price would affect business especially since the price in neighbouring Saudi Arabia was 45 fils per litre.
They will also be paying 80 fils per water unit in the first category this year followed by 200 fils next year, 450 fils in 2018 and 750 fils in 2019.
However, large corporations and factories will pay 19 fils this year, 22 fils next year, 25 fils in 2018 and 29 fils in 2019 for usages of 5,000 to 250,000 units, and 21 fils, 23 fils, 26 fils and 29 fils respectively for between 250,001 units and 500,000 units.
"There are no 5 fils or 10 fils coins any more," the teller said.
"The 5 fils and 10 fils coins are not available," she told Gulf News.
Earlier, the UAE Central Bank told Gulf News that coins, such as 1 fils, 5 fils and 10 fils, are readily available.
At another supermarket EoAC" where I bought the cake EoAC" my bill was Dh15.90, and when I paid Dh16, I was handed back the exact change of 10 fils.