The Kuwaiti Dinar is the currency in Kuwait (KW, KWT). The Kuwaiti
Dinar is also known as the New Kuwaiti Dinar. The symbol for KWD can
be written KD. The Kuwaiti Dinar is divided into 1000 fils.
After liberation, the Kuwaiti dinar was restored
as the country's currency and a new banknote series was introduced,
allowing the previous notes, including those stolen, to be
Kuwaiti Dinar 1 KWDin KWD Australian Dollar4.080.2449
Canadian Dollar3.550.2816 Swiss Franc3.920.2549
Euro2.840.3519 British Pound2.340.
To date five series of the Kuwaiti dinar banknote have been printed.
The first series was issued following the pronouncement of the Kuwaiti
Currency Law in 1960 which established the Kuwaiti Currency Board.
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The Kuwaiti dinar, which had been pegged to the dollar since the
beginning of 2003, was little changed today.
Kuwaiti dinar, as the name suggests, is the official national currency
of Kuwait. The country is listed among the richest countries of the
Kuwaiti Dinar exchange rates against currencies in North and South
America for June 10
North and South America
Asia and Pacific
Middle East and Central Asia
replaced the Kuwaiti dinar with the Iraqi dinar, and large amounts of
Kuwaiti currency was "requisitioned" by invading Iraqi forces. After
Kuwait regained it's independence, it issued a new dinar currency that
rendered the stolen currency obsolete.
The Kuwaiti dinar is the official currency of the country of Kuwait.
The Kuwaiti dinar was introduced in 1960 but didn’t replace the Indian
rupee until Kuwait gained its independence in the year 1961.
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The Kuwaiti Dinar, denoted by KWD, is the official currency of Kuwait.
The KWD, which is divided into 100 units, was introduced to Kuwait in
1960 as a replacement for the Indian Rupee.