EXPORT IMPORT DATA
Currency Name Import Rate Export Rate Effective From
Australian Dollar 48.65 47.25 21-AUG-2015
Bahrain Dinar 177.80 168.05 21-AUG-2015
Canadian Dollar 50.25 49.20 21-AUG-2015
Danish Kroner 9.85 9.60 21-AUG-2015
EURO 73.45 71.65 21-AUG-2015
Hong Kong Dollar 8.50 8.35 21-AUG-2015
Japanese Yen 53.20 52.05 21-AUG-2015
Kenya Shilling 65.00 61.30 21-AUG-2015
Kuwait Dinar 221.95 209.55 21-AUG-2015
New Zealand Dollar 43.70 42.55 21-AUG-2015
Norwegian Kroner 7.95 7.75 21-AUG-2015
Pound Sterling 103.35 101.10 21-AUG-2015
Saudi Arabian Riyal 17.90 16.90 21-AUG-2015
Singapore Dollar 47.05 45.95 21-AUG-2015
South African Rand 5.20 4.90 21-AUG-2015
Swedish Kroner 7.75 7.55 21-AUG-2015
Swiss Franc 68.30 66.70 21-AUG-2015
UAE Dirham 18.25 17.25 21-AUG-2015
US Dollar 65.75 64.70 21-AUG-2015

Exchange Rate Date Exchange Rate Number Subject
20/AUG/2015 81/2015-CUS(NT), RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 21ST AUGUST, 2015
06/AUG/2015 73/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 07TH AUGUST, 2015
16/JUL/2015 68/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 17TH JULY, 2015
02/JUL/2015 66/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 03RD JULY, 2015
18/JUN/2015 63/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 19TH JUNE, 2015
04/JUN/2015 52/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 5TH JUNE, 2015
21/MAY/2015 47/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 22ND MAY, 2015
07/MAY/2015 44/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 8TH MAY, 2015
05/MAY/2015 43/2015-CUS(NT), RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 6TH MAY, 2015
30/APR/2015 41/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 1ST MAY, 2015
16/APR/2015 38/2015-CUS(NT) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 17TH APRIL, 2015
01/APR/2015 35 / 2015 RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 2ND APRIL, 2015
25/MAR/2015 33/2015 RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 26TH MARCH, 2015
19/MAR/2015 32/2015 RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 20TH MARCH, 2015
05/MAR/2015 28/2015 RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 06TH MARCH, 2015
19/FEB/2015 25 / 2015 - CUSTOMS (N.T.) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 20TH FEBRUARY, 2015
05/FEB/2015 18/2015-CUSTOMS (N.T.) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 06TH FEBRUARY, 2015
15/JAN/2015 09/2015-CUSTOMS (N.T.) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 16TH JANUARY, 2015
01/JAN/2015 01/2015-CUSTOMS (N.T.) RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 02TH JANUARY, 2015
18/DEC/2014 116/2014-CUS(NT),DT. 18-12-2014 RATE OF EXCHANGE OF CONVERSION OF EACH OF THE FOREIGN CURRENCY WITH EFFECT FROM 19TH DECEMBER, 2014
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