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Dubai Currency


Dubai Currency officially is the United Arab Emirates Dirham or UAE Dirham. The value of the AED is most of the time is pegged to the American Dollar (USD). The currency fluctuations of the USD therefore effect the value of the AED in comparison to other major currencies. Not until 1973 Dubai joined the other emirates and adopted the UAE Dirham as a uniform currency.
One Dubai Currency or AED is divided into 100 fils. The values of AED range from 1 to 1000 dirhams in notes and in coins from 5 fils to 1 dirham. The AED is mostly used in the seven states of the United Arab Emirates: Ajman, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Umm al-Quwain, Ras al-Khaimah, Fujairah and Sharjah.
In this page you can find a currency converter to convert the AED into other currencies without an effort. The currency converter is updated frequently.

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