Serbian Dinar (RSD) Profile
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RSD or РСД (unofficial: din. or дин.)
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Serbian dinar is the currency of Serbia. It is also used in some Serb-majority areas of Kosovo.
Serbia is a former Yugoslavia (officially named Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, SFRY) state. Yugoslavia was historically existed from 1943 to 1992 and now it made up with six recognized states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia and one limited-recognized state, Kosovo. Three of them, Slovenia, Montenegro and Kosovo use the euro as their currencies but only Slovenia officially adopted the euro strictly following ERM (The European Exchange Rate Mechanism) rules.
Serbia started to officially apply for European Union membership in December 2009 and received a full candidate status on 1st March 2012.
|States||Currency name||Code||1 USD=||1 EUR=||1 GBP=||Notes|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark||BAM||1.43307||1.95583||2.25006|
|Montenegro||Euro||EUR||0.73270||1.00000||1.15023||see note <1>|
|Kosovo||Euro||EUR||0.73270||1.00000||1.15023||see note <2>|
<1>. Both Montenegro and Kosovo are not the European Union (EU) members and they are unofficial users of euro.
<2>. Kosovo self-declaired independence from Serbia in 2008 and has obtained limited recognitions internationally.
Serbian dinar history
The Serbian dinar has been used since 2003 when the state union country of Serbia and Montenegro (existed years: 2003-2006) was transformed from Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY; existed years: 1992-2003), replacing the former currency of Yugoslav dinar (currency code: YUM) at par.
The currency code of Serbian dinar during the year of 2003 to 2006 was CSD. It has been replaced with RSD since 2006 when Serbia republic was declared independent.
Currently in circulation Serbian dinar version was introduced starting from 2nd July 2003.
Serbian dinar coins and banknotes
Serbian dinar is subdivided into 100 para which is no longer in circulation.
Currently in circulation coins denominations are 1dinar, 2, 5, 10, 20 dinars (plural of dinar). Currently frequently used Serbian dinar banknotes are in denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, dinars.
Serbian dinar and the currency of dinar
Dinar is a currency unit. It has a similar name version, denar. Both dinar and denar names derive from the ancient monetary unit, the denarius.
|Countries||Location-continent||Currency name||Code||1 USD=||1 EUR=||1 GBP=|
|Serbian Krajina||Krajina dinar||/||1992–1994||Serbian Krajina was a self-proclaimed Serb entity within Croatia, with no international recognition.It formally existed from 1991 to 1995 and was peacefully reintegrated into Croatia in 1998.|
|Republika srpska||dinar||/||1992–1998||Republika srpska was recognized as Bosnia and Herzegovina on 14 December 1995|
|South Yemen||South Yemen dinar||YDD||1965–1990||South Yemen united with North Yemen and formed the present-day Republic of Yemen ("Yemen") in 1990.|
|Sudan||Sudanese dinar||SDD||1992–2007||Sudanese dinar was replaced by Sudanese Pound (code: SDG).|
|1.Kingdom of Yugoslavia, 1918-1943
2.Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia(SFRY), 1943-1992
3. Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY),1992-2003
|Yugoslav dinar||YUD (1965–1989),
|1920–2003||1. Yugosivia was dissolved in 2003. Now it made up with six recognized states of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia and one limited-recognized state, Kosovo.
2.1918-1920: Yugoslav krone
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Herzegovina dinar||BAD||1992–1998||1. Bosnia and Herzegovina is former Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, SFRY) state.
2. Currently in circulation currency is Bosnia and Herzegovina convertible mark (code: BAM)
|Croatia||Croatian dinar||HRD||1991–1994||1. Croatia is former Yugoslavia (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, SFRY) state.
2. Currently in circulation currency is Croatian kuna (code: HRK).
|Kosovo||Yugoslavian dinar||1945–1999||Kosovo once was part of Serbia. It self-declared independence in 2008 and has obtained limited-recognitions internationally.|
|Iran||Iranian rial was divided into at first 1250 and then 100 dinars|