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Dirham (MAD) is the currency in Morocco

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    100 centimes

Moroccan dirham is the currency used in Morocco. It was introduced in 1960 replacing the French franc. The currency is issued by Bank Al-Maghrib in Rabat.

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Morocco is a monarchy in northwest Africa with borders to Algeria, Sahara and Spain in north. The Moroccan government has pursued an economic program with help from the World Bank to accelerate economic growth.

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