Tanzanian shilling


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Noun1.Tanzanian shilling - the basic unit of money in Tanzania; equal to 100 cents
Tanzanian monetary unit - monetary unit in Tanzania
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Magole Land, 49% owned by Montara Continental, has acquired the underlying 195Ha agricultural land at Magole Farms for a total cash consideration of Tanzanian Shilling 1.
A tourist visa is required but can be obtained on arrival and while the national currency is the Tanzanian Shilling, $US are widely accepted.
Pan-African banking group Stanbic Bank charges 900 Tanzanian Shilling (TZS) for every withdrawal at its own ATM and 2,500 TZS for withdrawal at other banks' ATMs.
As a result, the performance of the Tanzanian shilling this year has been worse than the other five currencies in our peer group.
For much of this year, a weakening national currency, the Tanzanian Shilling, has continued to drive up commodity prices, leading to increased budget constraints for households.
Exchange rate losses due to the fluctuations in the value of the Tanzanian shilling were blamed for the disappointing results.
At the women's bank, all that one needs to open an account is an identification document and a three thousand Tanzanian Shilling ($2) deposit.
Recent weeks have seen falls against currencies like the Bangladeshi taka (down 22% since June 2007), Tanzanian shilling (down 19%) and the Nigerian naira (down 17%).
But less noticed have been falls against currencies like the Bangladeshi taka (down 22% since June 2007), Tanzanian shilling (down 19%) and the Nigerian naira (down 17%).
One woman even offered to pose for a picture in order to get a Tanzanian shilling or two.
In April 1990, the Bank of Tanzania began buying gold from artisanal miners at prices which recognized the parallel market value of the Tanzanian shilling.