Moroccan dirham


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Noun1.Moroccan dirham - the basic unit of money in Morocco; equal to 100 centimes
centime - a fractional monetary unit of several countries: France and Algeria and Belgium and Burkina Faso and Burundi and Cameroon and Chad and the Congo and Gabon and Haiti and the Ivory Coast and Luxembourg and Mali and Morocco and Niger and Rwanda and Senegal and Switzerland and Togo
Moroccan monetary unit - monetary unit in Morocco
Translations
marokkanischer Dirham
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Booking return flights from Marrakech to London next week, sold in Moroccan dirham, Ryanair's exchange rate priced the seats at [pounds sterling]381.
DESTINATION AGADIR Currency: Moroccan Dirham (MAD) - PS1 = 12.
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Morocco oil refiner Samir said it was planning a capital increase of 10 billion Moroccan dirham ($1.
6% versus the Moroccan Dirham, the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) said in its monthly economic report published Thursday.
The bill adds that the central bank would be allowed to use foreign exchange reserves to protect or to defend the Moroccan dirham if a flexible exchange system was adopted.
He noted that the total cost of project, thoroughly funded by the KFAED, is estimated at Moroccan Dirham (MAD) 4.
F told the victim to keep in touch with an unidentified woman in Morocco who asked her to sign a 10-million Moroccan dirham trust receipt saying that it was a debt contract.
Morroco-based Attijariwafa bank and PayPal have announced the launch of a service that will enable Moroccan merchants to withdraw funds from their PayPal accounts to an Attijariwafa bank account, in Moroccan Dirham (MAD) and other currencies.
It is to be noted that tourism plays a key role in the Moroccan economy, earning a revenue of 59 billion Moroccan Dirham (around $8bn) in 2013.