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New National Currency for Iraq

New Iraqi Currency

New Iraqi currency, 10000 dinars, October 15, 2003. New Iraqi currency, 1000 dinars, October 15, 2003.

Starting on October 15, 2003 a new national currency known as the 'new Iraqi dinar' will begin to replace the existing currency, the 'old dinar', and the currency used in the North of Iraq, the 'swiss dinar'. The new Iraqi dinar will create a single, unified currency that is used throughout all of Iraq and will also make money more convenient to use in people's everyday lives.

Officials look at new Iraqi currency, October 15, 2003.

The currency exchange will last from October 15, 2003 to January 15, 2004. Currency can be exchanged at any time during this three-month period. Locations where money can be exchanged will include banks and other official locations.

People receive new Iraqi currency at bank, October 15, 2003. People receive new Iraqi currency at bank, October 15, 2003.
New Iraqi currency, 50 dinars, October 15, 2003. New Iraqi currency, 250 dinars, October 15, 2003.
New Iraqi currency, 5000 dinars, October 15, 2003. New Iraqi currency, 25000 dinars, October 15, 2003.


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