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Metal somonis and dirams - modern coins of Tajikistan

  • Name:
  • Monetary unit:
  • Capital:
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  • Language:
  • Country code:
  • Tajikistan, Republic
  • Somonis
  • Dushanbe
  • of 143 100 sq. km
  • Tadjik (state), Russian
  • TJ (TJK) 762

National monetary unit of Republic Tajikistan is somonis which consists of 100 dirams. In circulation there are coins in nominal value 5, 10, 25, 50 diram and 1,3,5 somonis.

Somonis has been entered in 2000 having replaced the Tadjik ruble which was currency of Tajikistan since 1991. Since 2001 the exchange rate remains rather stable. In January, 2007 nearby 3,21 somonis 1 US dollar cost.

Throughout a Post-Soviet epoch, inflation was a serious obstacle for economic growth and increase of a standard of living of Tajikistan. For 2001-2003, rates of inflation in Tajikistan there were 33 percent, 12,2 percent and 16,3 percent accordingly, and in 2004 this index has dropped to 6,8 percent, and the index for 2005 has made 7,1 percent. In the end of 2006 inflation has come nearer to a 10 percent mark.

Nominal value: 10 diram
Stamping: 2001
the Material: Stainless Steel Brass Plated
the Note:
the Obverse 10 diram of Tajikistan the Reverse 10 diram of Tajikistan
Nominal value: 50 diram
Stamping: 2001
the Material: the Brass
the Note:
the Obverse 50 diram of Tajikistan the Reverse 50 diram of Tajikistan
Nominal value: 3 somonis
Stamping: 2001
the Material: a Copper-nickel-zinc alloy
the Note:
the Obverse 3 somonis of Tajikistan the Reverse 3 somonis of Tajikistan

Notes Tajikistan

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