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Tunisian Dinar

Tunisian Dinar Rates

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Latest Tunisian Dinar Rates

Please see our latest exchange rates page for the most up-to-date mid-market rate.

 

Recent Trading Range

In 2011, the Tunisian Dinar traded between 2.1919 to 2.3124 against the Pound.

 

Latest Tunisian Dinar Exchange Rate News

Please see our news section for the latest currency news affecting worldwide exchange rates. You can also visit our dedicated page on Money Transfers to Tunisia, including timescales and information needed to make your transfer.

 

Overview - TND

The Tunisian Dinar – ISO code TND.

 

The Dinar has only been for around 50 years replacing the French Franc at a rate of 1000 Francs – 1 Dinar when the Franc was devalued in 1958.

 

The Dinar is a restricted currency and it’s a criminal offence to import or export dinar in cash. Citizens can convert TND 6000 into any foreign currency per year and take it out of the country. The prices at duty-free shops are in convertible currencies such as euros, US dollars and British pounds and there are many converting ATMs in the country for tourists. It is necessary for anyone leaving Tunisia to declare any cash in their possession exceeding the equivalent of UK£500 beforehand. Saying this, if you buy property in Tunisia and decide to sell at some time in the future you are able to take the money out of the country less the tax on any profits you have made in that time.