OMAN

(rial = 100 baizas)

130-OMR

Last 120 days

Text Box: 	The of rate of OMR was fixed in 1986 to 1 rial = 2.6008 dollars. The Central Bank buys U.S. dollars at 0.384 rial, and sell U.S. dollars at 0.385 rial. It is the fourth highest valued currency unit after the Kuwaiti dinar, Maltese lira, and the Bahraini dinar.
	New  unified currency  is planned for 2010 : Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates.
Text Box: Import / Export restrictions:
	Foreign currency:
  In: free
 Out: free
	Local currency:
  In: free
 Out: free
Text Box: To see the older notes and coins click the link below:

NOTES in circulation (1995+)

Oval: to the rates

COINS in circulation

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OMR 5 (2000)(152*76mm)

OMR 5 (1995)(152*76mm)

OMR 1 (2005)(145*76mm)

OMR 1 (1995)(145*76mm)

OMR 1/2 (2000)(135*64mm)

0.20(200 baisa) (1995)128*64

0.10(100 baisa) (1995)122*64

50 baiza (2015)

25 baiza (2015)

10 baiza (2015)

5 baiza (2015)

 

NOTES and COINS we buy

buy / sell

% fixing

Valid till:

Notes

OMR 50, 20, 10, 5, 1/2; baisa 200, 100

xx / xx %

in circulation

older notes of Central Bank of Oman 1974+

xx / xx %

redeemable

older notes of Muscat currency authority 1970, Oman Currency Board 1972

xx / xx %

redeemable?

 

 

 

 

Coins

50, 25, 10, 5 (2015)

xx / xx %

baisa 50, 25, 10, 5 (1999)

xx / xx %

older coins

xx / xx %

redeemable?

Area

(sq km)

Population (2005)

Language/Ethnicity

Ethnicity / Religion

Life duration

GDP per capita

(world position)

212 460

3 102 229

Arabic (official)

Islam Ibadhi 75 %

male 70.92

 

Muscat 54 800

English

Sunni, Shia, Hindu

female 75.46

2005 : 13 400 (69)

 

Baluchi, Urdu

 

 

 

50 baiza (1999)

25 baiza (1999)

10 baiza (1999)

5 baiza (1999)

OMR 50 (2012)

OMR 50 (2000)(174*77mm)

OMR 50 (1995)(174*77mm)

OMR 20 (2010)

OMR 20 (2000)(166*77mm)

OMR 20 (1995)(166*77mm)

OMR 10 (2000)(159*77mm)

OMR 10 (1995)(159*77mm)