Tajikistani Somoni

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Tajikistani Somoni

The currency of Tajikistan. It was issued in 2000, replacing the Tajikistani ruble after a period of high inflation. The somoni is one of the highest-valued currencies in Central Asia.
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The loan to the FMFB in Tajik somoni - worth US$ 1 million equivalent - will be co-funded in equal instalments by the EBRD and the Climate Investment Fund's Pilot Programme for Climate Resilience (PPCR).
While these measures will likely stave off a collapse of the Tajik somoni, this will come at the expense of a deep economic crisis in 2016.
The impact of ruble collapse in relation to the Tajik somoni was limited.
Nevertheless, the Kyrgyz som has fallen by 12 percent against the dollar this year, the Tajik somoni by about 5 percent.
Tajik Somoni and Afghan Afghanis--the country's respective currencies - passed from one coarse hand to another.
The ECC also approved the summary moved by External Finance Wing of Ministry of Finance for the Ex-Post Facto approval for establishment of a subsidiary in Tajikistan, a request by National Bank of Pakistan in which it was solicited for ECC permission to allow investment abroad by resident Pakistanis to remit the Tajik Somoni 50 million (approximately equivalent to $ 10.
Eskhata will receive US$1 million equivalent in Tajik somoni for on-lending to women-owned or led businesses across the country.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) will extend $5 million loan in Tajik somoni equivalent to microcredit deposit-taking organization IMON International, CJSC for on-lending to micro and small-sized enterprises (MSEs).
It will receive the equivalent of US$ 2 million in the local currency, Tajik somoni.
The market exchange rate of Tajik somoni against US dollar declined by 1% over the last week, having neared 5.
The Tajik government said, around one billion Tajik somoni has been spent to modernize the Nurek HPP over the past couple of years, however to complete modernization will require an additional $600 million.
The US dollar exchange rate against Tajik somoni has been increased dramatically in currency exchange offices in Dushanbe.