6% of the criminal offenses against individuals in Palestine caused tangible losses of more than 1000 Jordanian dinars.
What does JD stand for?
JD stands for Jordanian Dinar
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We have 33 other meanings of JD in our Acronym Attic
- John Dorian (character on TV show Scrubs)
- John/Jane Doe
- Johnathan Davis (member of band Korn)
- Johnathon Davis (Korn band member)
- Johnny Damon (baseball player)
- Johnny Depp
- Joint Degree (MD/MBA JD/MBA etc.)
- Joint Detection
- Joint Dictionary
- Joint Director (India)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The sector, he added, also boost the Jordanian dinar by propping up foreign currency reserve with more than $7 billion.
In a bid to increase the attractiveness of the Jordanian dinar, the Central bank of Jordan (CBJ) decided to raise interest rate on overnight window deposits in Jordanian dinars by 75 basis points The CBJ kept the interest rates unchanged on other monetary tools, the rediscount rate and overnight repurchase agreements.
The agreement also addresses RJ frequent travelers, whereby Royal Plus (the RJ Frequent Flyer Program) members can earn miles for each Jordanian Dinar spent on tours and transfers.
According to central bank norms in the nation, the maximum limit of credit facilities extended by licensed commercial banks to the real estate sector should not exceed 20 per cent of overall deposits in Jordanian dinar.
A judicial source said that the court sentenced Kathem to pay the 3 thousand US dollars, or the equivalent in Jordanian dinars , to the Jordanian Artists Association , and include the fees and expenses of attorneys' fees and interest accumulated.
They put a veil on me and took from me an ounce of gold at a price of more than 2,000 Jordanian dinars ($2,817/1,985 euros)," she said.
The main index, in the first our of the session, ranged between 2,192 points and 2,205 points, with rise of the volume of the trading to 13 million Jordanian dinars, compared to 11.