Bahrain dinar

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Noun1.Bahrain dinar - the basic unit of money in Bahrain; equal to 1,000 fils
Bahrainian monetary unit - monetary unit in Bahrain
fils - a fractional monetary unit in Bahrain and Iraq and Jordan and Kuwait; equal to one thousandth of a dinar
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It is good news for Bahraini and Gulf investors looking to purchase property in Europe, with the Bahraini dinar now worth around o2.
We need to keep the Bahraini dinar rolling in Bahrain's economy," he added.
Following the appointment, Standard Chartered will be Euroclear Bank s cash clearing bank for the Arab Emirates Dirham (AED), Bahraini Dinar (BHD), Jordanian Dinar (JOD), Omani Riyal (OMR) and Qatar Riyal (QAR) currencies.
Bahraini dinar deposits and foreign currency deposits constituted 63.
The third issue of Bahraini dinars was put up for sale in May 2005 and the sale was a huge success with money collectors and people interested in Bahraini dinar.
Every guest will enjoy earning 30 Air Miles rewards points for every 1 Bahraini Dinar spent when dining at the Skyw@lk CafE[umlaut].
Dubai: Gulf Air, Bahrain's national carrier, announced on Tuesday it cut its losses by more than 100 million Bahraini Dinar (Dh974 million) in 2013.
The Bahraini dinar will remain pegged to the US dollar as a cornerstone of the Kingdom's financial and banking policies,' Finance Minister Shaikh Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Khalifa said.
Corporate clients, who operate on credit, will earn one Air Mile for every dirham, Bahraini dinar or Qatari riyal spent, while consumer clients, who pay cash, will earn two Air Miles for every dirham, dinar or riyal spent using the company's courier service.
The customers of Axis Bank will initially be able to transfer up to Bahraini Dinar 5000 per day.
Currently Bahraini consumers pay as much as 1 Bahraini Dinar per minute for calls made back to Bahrain while roaming in some GCC countries, meaning that this decision will achieve a reduction in call costs of up to 75% depending on the current prices of different countries and operators.
The Bahraini dinar to rupee exchange rate was rather favourable for property investors at 146.