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Baiza

A division of the Omani rial. One thousand baiza amount to one rial. See also: Fil, Penny.
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The first segment is from zero to 3,000 kW/h, and the cost is estimated at ten Baizas per kilowatt.
In my early days in Muscat, there was often a big jar of sweets at the cash desk and if there was no change, the customer could get chicklets or sweets instead of a few baizas in change.
5 baizas per gallon, with the same charged for commercial and industrial consumption, reflecting a 0.
With net earnings of 43 baizas per share in 2014, the board was recommending a final dividend of 22 baiza per share.
Subsequent to Bank Dhofar's disclosure on 30th of March 2015 regarding the approval of a rights issue of ordinary shares up to OMR 45 Million, the Board of Directors approved through resolution on 5th of April 2015, the rights ratio of 105 of new shares for every 1000 shares held by the shareholder as on Record Date, with the issue price of 275 baizas per share plus expenses of 1 baiza per share, i.
The Annual Ordinary General Assembly of Oman Telecommunications Company approved the proposed distribution of cash dividends to shareholders amounting to 100 % of the capital (equivalent of 100 baizas per share) and authorized the Company s Board of Directors to distribute interim dividends to maximum 40% from the paid up capital on August 2012.
But those who are talked into placing a few baizas or rials into the outstretched palms find themselves wondering Au to give or not to give?
The basic earnings per share on an annualized basis works out to 99 baizas for every 100 baiza share of the Bank.
Revised regular petrol (M90) will cost 130 baizas per litre, super graded (M95) 145 baizas and diesel will cost 146 baizas in March, according to a circular issued by ministry of oil and gas.
For an opt-in charge of just 500 Baizas per month, customers will receive 1 GB of mobile data every day to follow the latest world cup news, goals and match highlights.
50 baizas per share for the year ended 31 December 2012
The company said in its financial statements report on the year ended 31st December 2012, which was published at MSM website, that the board of directors recommended a 35% dividend, (35 Baizas for each share) subject to the approval of the annual general assembly meeting.