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Jamaican Dollar

The currency of Jamaica. It was introduced in 1968, replacing the Jamaican pound. It has historically been a very weak currency. It is a floating currency.
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Alternately, one could bet against the Jamaican dollar.
The cost of repairing the building had, however, increased dramatically, largely due to rapid inflation and the fall in value of the Jamaican dollar.
04 percent last year, which led to an appreciation in trade-weighted and inflation-adjusted terms, the Jamaican dollar has stabilized.
Entrepreneur Gordon Stewart assures the public that his Whitehouse Sandals Hotel will protect the environment: his consultants studied 260 acres, including 105 acres of swampland to ascertain whether the proposed $750 million in Jamaican dollars would be environmentally friendly.
She also was fined 168,000 Jamaican dollars (pounds 2,564) on the charges of possession of, dealing in and attempting to export marijuana.
THE CURRENCY Jamaican dollars are the official currency but US dollars are preferred.
tone) After the tone using your telephone keypad, please key in the total number of Jamaican Dollars you have collected (tone).
There are around 100 Jamaican dollars to the pound.
The company's mission statement describes Bilston College as a "traditional British community college" with an annual turnover of one billion Jamaican dollars.
Despite the efforts of the company to diversify away its revenue from Jamaican dollars, the company's operating cash flow generation is still concentrated in Jamaica.
Simply collect as many Daily Post Jamaican Dollars as you can.