Japanese yen to Iraqi dinar conversion

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Japanese yen Iraqi dinar
1.00 ع.د10.36
2.00 ع.د20.73
3.00 ع.د31.09
4.00 ع.د41.46
5.00 ع.د51.82
6.00 ع.د62.19
7.00 ع.د72.55
8.00 ع.د82.92
9.00 ع.د93.28
10.00 ع.د103.64
11.00 ع.د114.01
12.00 ع.د124.37
13.00 ع.د134.74
14.00 ع.د145.10
15.00 ع.د155.47
16.00 ع.د165.83
17.00 ع.د176.20
18.00 ع.د186.56
19.00 ع.د196.93
20.00 ع.د207.29
Japanese yen Iraqi dinar
21.00 ع.د217.65
22.00 ع.د228.02
23.00 ع.د238.38
24.00 ع.د248.75
25.00 ع.د259.11
26.00 ع.د269.48
27.00 ع.د279.84
28.00 ع.د290.21
29.00 ع.د300.57
30.00 ع.د310.93
31.00 ع.د321.30
32.00 ع.د331.66
33.00 ع.د342.03
34.00 ع.د352.39
35.00 ع.د362.76
36.00 ع.د373.12
37.00 ع.د383.49
38.00 ع.د393.85
39.00 ع.د404.22
40.00 ع.د414.58
Japanese yen Iraqi dinar
41.00 ع.د424.94
42.00 ع.د435.31
43.00 ع.د445.67
44.00 ع.د456.04
45.00 ع.د466.40
46.00 ع.د476.77
47.00 ع.د487.13
48.00 ع.د497.50
49.00 ع.د507.86
50.00 ع.د518.22
51.00 ع.د528.59
52.00 ع.د538.95
53.00 ع.د549.32
54.00 ع.د559.68
55.00 ع.د570.05
56.00 ع.د580.41
57.00 ع.د590.78
58.00 ع.د601.14
59.00 ع.د611.50
60.00 ع.د621.87
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Japanese yen

The Japanese Yen (pronounced "en" in Japanese) is the official currency of Japan. In use since 1871, the currency is the third most traded currency in the world. The currency's coins include denominations of ¥1, ¥5, ¥10, ¥50, ¥100 and ¥500 and banknotes are available in ¥1000, ¥2000, ¥5000 and ¥10000. One Yen is equal to 100 Sen and 1000 Rin. To protect users from counterfeit banknotes, Japanese authorities take great care to ensure all banknotes are kept clean and undamaged by examining all notes that are returned to the bank and replacing and destroying any that are not of a particular standard. The ¥5 and ¥50 coins feature a hole in the center.

Iraqi dinar

Prior to the Gulf War the Dinar was sometimes referred to as the Swiss Dinar because it was printed in Switzerland. During the 1990’s, following the first Gulf War, bank notes were printed in China with a low quality paper and wood pulp rather than the cotton or line paper that was used by the Swiss. This actually lead to counterfeit banknotes being better quality than the real banknotes.

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