This is an increase of some 100 million United States dollars over the original requirements.
What does USD stand for?
USD stands for United States Dollar (currency of the USA)
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of USD
We have 83 other meanings of USD in our Acronym Attic
- Under Secretary of Defense
- Underground Storm Drain
- Unified School District
- Unified Software Distribution
- Uniform Symbol Description
- Union for Sustainable Development
- Union Sanitary District (Tri-Cities, CA)
- Union Sociale Démocratique (French: Social Democratic Union)
- Unit Shutdown (power systems)
- Unit Synthetische Drugs (Netherlands Synthetic Drug Enforcement Police)
- Universal Service Directive (EU)
- Universal Share Downloader (computer program download manager)
- Universal Skate Design
- Universal Slave Driver (digital sync device)
- Universal Synchronous Data
- University of San Diego (California)
- University of South Dakota
- Upper Structure Dynamics
- Upside Down (bike suspension)
- Urban Sanitary District (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When the 2002 duties were levied on Canadian softwood lumber, the United States dollar was trading between $1.
25 /PRNewswire/ -- Standard & Poor's today assigned its triple-'Am' money market fund rating to the United States Dollar Fund, a subfund of the Dublin-based umbrella fund, Fidelity Institutional Cash Fund PLC.
The risks and uncertainties include, among others, changes in the retail demand for apparel products, changes in fashion, the cost of raw materials and energy, competitive conditions in the apparel and textile industries, the relative strength of the United States dollar as against other currencies, changes in United States trade regulations, the discovery of unknown conditions (such as with respect to environmental matters and similar items) and other risks described from time to time in our reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
In January, in response to unprecedented hyperinflation, Zimbabwe legalised the use of foreign currencies including the Botswana pula, the South African rand, the United States dollar, the Euro and the British pound.
Reilly further stated, "In addition to the reduction in sales and the loss in gross profits, the weak Canadian dollar also resulted in a non-cash foreign exchange loss from translating the company's Canadian subsidiary's United States dollar loan into Canadian dollars of $453,000 in the first nine months of fiscal 1993, as compared with $208,000 in the first nine months of fiscal 1992.
The following is a brief summary; all dollar amounts are stated in United States dollars.
Except where otherwise indicated, amounts stated in United States dollars "US$" have been translated from Canadian dollars at a specified rate solely for convenience and should not be construed as a representation that the CDN$ amount actually represents such United States dollar amounts or could be converted into United States dollars at the rate indicated.