Forex euro dinar tunisien

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It shows the exchange rate of the two currencies conversion. It also shows the history chart of this currency pairs, by choosing the time period you can get more detailed information. Would you like to invert the currencies pairs? It lists the mutual conversions between the Australian dollar and other top currencies, and also lists the exchange rates between this currency and other currencies. Overview The Dinar is the official currency of several countries including Libya, Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, and Tunisia. Located in northern Africa, Tunisia is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, Algeria to the west, and Libya to the east.

The common currency symbol for the Tunisian Dinar is TD. Economy Tunisia has a varied economy, including industry, agriculture, mining, petroleum products, and tourism. The industrial sector consists of clothing manufacturing and the production of electric machinery and automotive parts. Tunisia has one the most competitive economies in Africa and ranks 36th globally. The agricultural sector flourishes, producing goods such as olives, grain, dairy products, citrus fruit, beef, and almonds. Tunisia maintains a close economic relationship with a number of European nations, which accounts for a substantial amount of the country’s exports. While not the main source of revenue for Tunisia, tourism is still a major source of revenue and foreign exchange.

The Dinar was introduced in Tunisia in 1960, replacing the Franc as the principal form of currency in the country. After its introduction in 1960, the subunit of the Tunisian Dinar, known as the millim, was cast in aluminum 1,2, and 5 millim coins and in brass 10, 20, 50, and 100 millim coins. 1 dinar and 5 dinar coins were cast and put into circulation. 1 dinar notes were soon taken out of circulation and replaced by coins of the same value.