Sign - د.ت / Code - TND
Long before our corporate currency exchange brokers were helping our clients with their Tunisian Dinar transfers, the Tunisian Dinar was creating its own rich history.
About the Tunisian Dinar
This currency was in 1960, replacing the Tunisian Franc.
Tunisia has had a historically low inflation rate compared to its neighbours, Egypt and Morocco.
It is a criminal offence in Tunisia to import or export dinar, with tourists made to declare cash exceeding £500 or equivalent in their possession before leaving.
Subunit: Millime – 1/1000
Coins: 20 milim, 50 milim, 100 milim, 200 milim, ½ dinar, 1 dinar, 2 dinar, 5 dinar
Banknotes: 5 dinar, 10 dinar, 20 dinar, 50 dinar
Bank: Bank of Tunisia
Posted in Currency Wiki on Jun 27 2017