- Monetary unit:
- Country code:
- Qatar, Kingdom
- Qatar rial
- of 11 437 sq. km
- Arabian (state), English
- QA (QAT) 634
The native currency of a monetary system of Qatar since 1973 is the rial which makes 100 dirhams. The exchange can be carried out practically in each bank and shop, and also in private exchange offices which it is a lot of in territory of Qatar. Credit cards which are accepted in many large shops, hotels, and also in transport use the increasing popularity. It is possible to use also cash dispenses which are in many banks, hotels and shops.
Symbol of Qatar rial - QAR . In country monetary circulation there are notes of denomination of 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500 rials.
Importation and native currency exportation are supposed without restrictions. Free importation and foreign exchange exportation are allowed also.
In June, 2003 in a country turn-over denominations in nominal value have entered into 1, 5, 10, 50, 100 and 500 rials. As the emitter the Central bank of Qatar acted. The difference between old denominations (1996) and money of new issue consists that the last have higher degree of protection against fakes, and also other colours.
The Note of 100 Qatar rials of the sample of 2008 is manufactured mainly in green-purple tones. On face side, as well as on all other denominations of this series, the arms of Qatar, the Arabian geometrical pattern and inscriptions, on the back - the plotting of the Old mosque and establishment the Ale-shakab are represented. The size of the note - 158 x 72 mm.
It is updated 04.2012