Kuwaiti dinar


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Noun1.Kuwaiti dinar - the basic unit of money in Kuwait; equal 1,000 fils
Kuwaiti monetary unit - monetary unit in Kuwait
Kuwaiti dirham, dirham - worth one tenth of a Kuwaiti dinar; equal 100 fils
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The Kuwaiti dinar was issued in 1961 as a national currency depicting the State of Kuwait sovereignty.
The National Accountability Bureau had filed a reference against Muhammad Yaqoob and others in 2006 on charges of depriving a large number of people of their valuable investments in Kuwaiti dinar with a promise of doubling their money.
66 billion to an accused in doubling of Kuwaiti dinar scam and declared three accused persons as proclaimed offenders for not appearing before the court.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 10 June 2017: Foreign currency exchange rates stabilized against the Egyptian pound in Thursday's banking transactions, while the Kuwaiti dinar was up around 30 piasters.
Kuwait Finance House (KFH) announced the returns of its investment deposits that it offers to its clients in foreign currencies, and the three-month deposit in Kuwaiti dinar during Q2 of this year that ends on 30/6/2014.
Cairo, Dhu-AlQa'dah 29, 1434, Oct 5, 2013, SPA -- Saudi Ambassador to Egypt Ahmed bin Abdulaziz Qattan, who is also his country's Permanent Representative to Arab League, announced here today that the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has approved increasing its share in the capital of the Arab Investment, Exports Credit and Guarantee Corporation by Kuwaiti Dinar 1,875 million, to meet the increase in the organization's capital.
The fund is the eighteenth edition of the Islamic Ijara funds and the second from the bank's kuwaiti dinar series.
Looking at the above example, we can see that the Kuwaiti dinar was the strongest currency unit.
8 million KWD in the corresponding period of 2016, knowing that a Kuwaiti dinar is worth 8.
Private deposits rose by KD 42 million (USD 78 million), following decent gains in Kuwaiti dinar sight and savings deposits.
Kuwait announced a 30 billion Kuwaiti Dinar development plan in 2010, of which the recently awarded projects are a part, but