“But it was to be a gold dinar,” wailed the guide.
All sums have been rounded to the nearest Kuwaiti dinar and therefore the amounts may vary from the amount stated on Form E by 1 KWD.
Applying the considerations discussed in paragraph 31 above, the Panel finds that Inspekta has not proved any loss arising from non-payment of the Iraqi dinar portion of its invoices.
As a result, there are three currencies in circulation: the Jordanian dinar, the United States dollar and the new Israeli shekel.
By 2000, it had risen to LD 2,852, an increase of 419 dinars or 17 per cent.
Claimants asserting this loss as a D8/D9 loss allege that they were required to accept Iraqi dinars as payment for goods or services at Iraq's imposed exchange rate.
Consistent with the approach in previous "E4"instalments, all sums have been converted to Kuwaiti dinars for the purpose of valuation and then rounded to the nearest Kuwaiti dinar.
Engineering Projects alleged that it earned these Iraqi dinar monies during its work on the Council Project.
Following the liberation of Kuwait and the reinstatement of the Kuwaiti dinars, these claimants were left with Iraqi dinars that at best could be exchanged on the unofficial market at de minimus rates.
Exactly the same considerations apply to claims for petty cash left in Iraq in Iraqi dinars.
the basic unit of money in Iraq; equal to 1, 000 fils: fils, Iraqi monetary unit, Iraqi dinar
the basic unit of money in Libya: Libyan monetary unit, Libyan dirham, Libyan dinar, dirham
the basic unit of money in Algeria: centime, Algerian dinar, Algerian monetary unit, Algerian centime
the basic unit of money in Bahrain; equal to 1, 000 fils: fils, Bahrainian monetary unit, Bahrain dinar
the basic unit of money in Jordan; equal to 1, 000 fils: Jordanian dinar, Jordanian monetary unit, fils
the basic unit of money in Tunisia: Tunisian dinar, Tunisian dirham, Tunisian monetary unit, dirham
the basic unit of money in Kuwait; equal 1, 000 fils: Kuwaiti dinar, Kuwaiti monetary unit, Kuwaiti dirham, dirham
the basic unit of money in Yugoslavia: Yugoslavian dinar, para, Yugoslavian monetary unit
100 dinars equal 1 rial in Iran: rial, Iranian dinar, Iranian monetary unit, Iranian rial