SDD (Sudanese Dinar)

DEFINITION of 'SDD (Sudanese Dinar)'

The currency abbreviation for the Sudanese dinar (SDD), the currency for Sudan between June of 1992 and January of 2007. The Sudanese dinar was made up of 100 dirham and was often presented with the symbol LSd or £Sd.

BREAKING DOWN 'SDD (Sudanese Dinar)'

The Sudanese dinar was first issued in Sudan in 1992 when it replaced the Sudanese pound (SDP) at a rate of 1:10. The currency remained in circulation until it was replaced by a second Sudanese pound (SDG) in 2007 at a rate of 1:100.

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