Moroccan Dirham


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Moroccan Dirham

The currency of Morocco. It was introduced in 1960, replacing the Moroccan franc. It is illegal to export locally circulating dirhams.
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Moroccan dirham is now an available payout currency across the Transpay suite of products, including the MassPay API.
4% against the dollar and the Japanese yen, respectively, while it appreciated, by 7, 4% and 5% against the euro and the Moroccan dirham, respectively.
TOP TIP Visitors are not allowed to take Moroccan Dirhams out of the country, so make sure you don't change too much at a time and spend your currency before you leave.
Laureate intends to sell Universit Internationale de Casablanca toKMR Holding Pdagogique, aprivate higher education company that operates in French-speaking parts of Africa, for 500 million Moroccan dirhams, which is roughly $53.
This strategic project alone will give Morocco 50,000 new jobs and combine investment of more than 10 billion Moroccan dirhams (more than $1 billion/912 million euros ), Moulay Hafid Elalamy said, after the deal was signed on Friday in the presence of King Mohamed VI.
UPS strengthened its presence in the Kingdom of Morocco by investing sixteen million Moroccan Dirhams (MAD) in UPS Maroc, the share capital of its new subsidiary.
She said she was made to say a series of sexually provocative comments captured on a mobile phone and the video was sent to her brother with the demand for 7 million Moroccan dirhams (Dhs2.
Traditional Moroccan handicrafts such as carpets and jewellery form a significant part of that country's economy, with the government there hoping to increase the value of handicraft exports to 7 billion Moroccan dirhams (BD2.
Director General of Morocco's tourism promotion office Abderraafia Zouitene said 100 million Moroccan dirhams ($10.
Not ones to let those Moroccan Dirhams slip through the box office cracks, Fox Studios and Ridley got together to edit out the section that had the North African country all wound up.
Wafaa Charaf must also pay a fine of 50,000 Moroccan dirhams (about $6,000, 4,500 euros) in damages and interest and a fine of 1,000 dirhams ($120, 90 euros).
4 Moroccan dirhams per share paid by Maroc Telecom to the French company.