YEMEN

(rial = 100 fils)

88-YER

Last 120 days

Text Box: 	The Central Bank of Yemen was established in 1971.
	After the union between the North (the Yemen Arab Republic) and the South (the People's Democratic Republic of Yemen) in 1990, both the northern rial and the southern dinar remained legal tender during a transitionary period. In 1991, the dinar was withdrawn from circulation, with 26 rials exchanged for one dinar. 
	In 1993, the first coins were issued for the Republic of Yemen.
Text Box: Import / Export restrictions:
	Foreign currency:
  In: declaration if more than 2000 USD and re-export intended
 Out: up to amount imported and declared
	Local currency:
  In: forbidden
 Out: forbidden

NOTES in circulation (2001+)

COINS in circulation (1993+)

Oval: to the rates
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YER 500 (1997)(155*80mm)

YER 200 (1996)(155*75mm)

YER 100 (1993)(150*75mm)

YER50(1990-93)(155*80mm)

YER 20 (1990-95)(146*75mm)

YER 10 (1990-92 similars)

older NOTES (1990+)

even older NOTES (1973+)

YER 1 000 (2010)(156*83mm)

YER 1 000 (2004)(156*83mm)

YER 1 000 (2001)(156*83mm)

YER 500 (2017)

YER 500 (2001)(155*80mm)

YER 250 (2009)(158*75mm)

 

NOTES and COINS we buy

buy / sell

% fixing

Valid till:

Notes

YER 1 000, 500, 250 (2001+)

xx / xx %

in circulation

older  500, 200, 100, 50, 20, 10, (1990+)

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even older 100, 50, 20, 10, 5, 1 (1973+)

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Coins

rials 20, 10, 5, 1 (1993+)

xx / xx %

 

 

 

 

 

Area

(sq km)

Population (2005)

Language/Ethnicity

Ethnicity / Religion

Life duration

GDP per capita

(world position)

527 969

21 456 188

Arabic

Islam

male 59.89

 

Sanaa 1 778 900

 

 

female 63.71

2005 : 800 (219)

Aden 568 700

 

 

 

 

20 rials (1985)

20 rials (1973)

10 rials (1981)

10 rials (1973)

5 rials (1981)

5 rials (1973)

 

1 rials (1973)

 

100 rials (1984)

100 rials (1979)

100 rials (1976)