Tunisia, one of the important countries of North Africa, uses Tunisian Dinar as its currency. The Tunisian Dinar was fixed in dollars several times in the 1900s. Although the last fixation was realized in 1971, due to inflation in Tunisia, this fixation led to the transition to the free exchange rate regime in the following years. Detailed information about the Tunisian Dinar can be found in the rest of the article. You can browse here for Malaysian currency.
What is Tunisia Currency? Information About Tunisian Dinar!
Tunisian dinar is expressed as Arabic دينار تونسي and in French as Dinar Tunisien. At the current rate, 1 Tunisian Dinar equals 0.36 USD. This figure was around 0.60 about 5-6 years ago. 1 Tunisian Dinar is equivalent to 0.30 Euro. This figure was at the level of 0.45 Euro 5-6 years ago. The Tunisian Dinar is increasingly devalued against the Euro. With the current exchange rate, 1 Euro is equivalent to approximately 3.40 Tunisian Dinars. When we look at the Tunisian economy,The minimum wage in the country is around $ 190.
Tunisian Dinar Symbol and Tunisian Dinar Banknotes!
The Tunisian Dinar symbol is “د.ت” or “DT”. The Tunisian Dinar Code is included in the records as “TND”. 1 Tunisian Dinar is equal to 1000 millime. Millime or milim is the sub-currency of the Tunisian Dinar. Tunisian Dinar banknotes are also as follows.
- 5 Tunisian Dinar (The smallest Tunisian Dinar banknote)
- 10 Tunisian Dinar
- 20 Tunisian Dinar
- 50 Tunisian Dinar (largest Tunisian Dinar banknote)
For details: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunisian_dinar