Tunisian Dinar


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Tunisian Dinar

The currency of Tunisia. It came into circulation in 1960, replacing the Tunisian franc. It was pegged to the French franc until 1964 and then the U.S. dollar until 1971. There are significant restrictions on the convertibility of the dinar.
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The Tunisian dinar has further depreciated against other currencies, including the Japanese yen (-28.21%) and the Moroccan dirham (-22.69%) compared to last year, the BCT added.
1125 million Tunisian dinars MTD) that matured last summer, said President of the Tunisian Association of Economists (French: ASECTU) Mohamed Haddar to TAP.
1,125 million Tunisian dinars MTD) that matured last summer, President of the Tunisian Association of Economists (French: ASECTU) Mohamed Haddar told TAP.
The Tunisian dinar has even tumbled against other foreign currencies.
However, this deficit dropped from 149.4 billion Tunisian dinars (BTD)in the last quarter to BTD 3.6.
Despite a difficult domestic economic context in 2016, marked by a low GDP growth rate and a significant decline of the Tunisian dinar against the dollar, City Cars was able to improve its business through the implementation of a commercial policy adapted to the specificities of the demand on the New Cars (NC) market by focusing on a supply of NC allowing a continuous availability of the highly demanded models.
On the other hand, the depreciation of the Tunisian dinar against the euro and the US dollar will continue to inflate the cost of imported consumer goods.
For the 2015 financial year, ARTES posted a net income of 27.4 million Tunisian dinars ($13.7m).
Tunis, Rabi'II 04, 1437, January 14, 2016, SPA -- Tunisian Council of Ministers approved on Wednesday a loan from the Saudi Development Fund worth of 263 million Tunisian dinars ($ 131 million) and another loan from the Islamic Development Bank worth of $ 400 million dinars Tunisia ($ 200 million).
Summary: The textile and clothing sector recorded a coverage rate of 141% over the first seven months in 2014, with exports increasing slightly (+2.25%) to 3,274 million Tunisian dinars (MTD) and imports growing 6.38% to 2,313.84 MTD, according to the monthly analysis of the textile and clothing sector, issued by the technical Centre for Textile.
An opportunity for Tunisian entrepreneurs to benefit from training 2 months of startup capital between 100,000 to 600,000 Tunisian dinars and coaching to create their social businesses.
Tunisian authorities set a fine of 100,000 Tunisian dinars, which is approximately EGP 400,000, a statement released by the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated.