Yemeni Rial


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Yemeni Rial

The currency of Yemen. It was the currency of South Yemen before unification in 1990. Following unification, the rial remained in circulation along with the North Yemeni dinar until 1996. After the dinar was withdrawn from circulation, the rial became a floating currency.
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The husband said he was surprised to see that his wife had changed the sum to be paid at the contract's ending, from Yemeni Rials 100,000 to 500,000.
($1 = 215 Yemeni rials) (Reporting by Josef Logan; Editing by Martin Dokoupil)
The value of the compensation was estimated at 40 million Yemeni Rials, or about $175,000, and covered those people who were affected by Houthi violence and sabotage in 2008.
They obstructed the legitimate government's efforts to salvage the currency crisis, and looted $5.2 billion and 2 trillion Yemeni rials from the Central Bank of Yemen and tax returns.
It also stressed the importance of supporting the efforts of all Yemeni rials that seek by peaceful means to resume the political process according to the reference of the Gulf Initiative and its executive mechanism, the outputs of Yemeni national dialogue.
He went on to say that he pays one million Yemeni rials ($4,553) in tax every year.
The central bank also said that its budget increased by 262 billion Yemeni rials to 1.86 trillion rials ($8.24 billion) by end of April, compared to 1.64 trillion rials in April 2009.
They are charging 10,000 Yemeni rials (AED 161) for each water tank," he said.
The local currency denominated time deposits came up from a low of -8.1% y/y in April to 11% at the end of the year, standing at 472.3 billion Yemeni rials (US$2.2 billion), whereas domestic currency denominated savings deposits ended the year up 4.6% y/y at YER128.8 billion.
The film, which cost the state about 10 million Yemeni rials (about $50,250) to make, took three months to shoot.
The automatic rifle he purchased cost him 350,000 Yemeni rials (Dh5,969) but Abu Abdullah says he cannot put a price tag on his peace of mind.
Speaking to Gulf News from his small village in the western province of Hodeida, Mohammad Saleh Al Jaharani, said that the eyes of his daughter, Sdia, began producing stones 14 days ago and has spent thousands of Yemeni Rials on visits to local doctors.