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Dinar (JOD) is the currency in Jordan

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    100 piaster

The Jordanian dinar is currency used in Jordania. It was introduced in 1949 replacing the Palestinian pound from 1927. The dinar has a fixed exchange rate at 0.71 to the US dollar.

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Jordan is a constitutional monarchy with representative government. Jordan is a small country with limited natural resources. The country is currently exploring ways to expand its limited water supply. Jordan is pinning its hopes on tourism, future uranium and oil shale exports, trade, and ICT for future economic growth.

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