Definition of Jamaican dollar
1. Noun. The basic unit of money in Jamaica.
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Literary usage of Jamaican dollar
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1. Caribbean Basin Financing Opportunities: Guide to Financing Trade (1992)
"The Jamaican Government allocates the equivalent Jamaican dollar face value less ... Then the Jamaican dollar denominated bonds are applied to the Jamaican ..."
2. Andean and Caribbean Basin Financing Directory (1994)
"The devaluation of the Jamaican dollar and high interest rates, which average 35 percent, have increased the cost of living significantly. ..."
3. Caribbean by Barbara Ender-Jones (2001)
"Money The Jamaican dollar (JS) is divided into 100 cents. Coins range from 10 cents to JS5, banknotes from JS10 to 500. American currency is also widely ..."
4. Romantic Escapes in the Caribbean: Lovetripper Guide by Paris Permenter, John Bigley (2001)
"Language: English Currency: Jamaican dollar, fluctuates with the US dollar. Electricity: 110 volts Information: For more information on Jamaica, ..."
5. Best Dives of the Caribbean by Joyce Huber (2006)
"Currency: The Jamaican dollar (JMD). The exchange rate fluctuates daily, depending on the foreign exchange markets. The current rate stands at US$1=JA$37.41 ..."
6. CARICOM Report No. 1 by Anthony Peter Gonzales (2002)
"All the currencies are now outside the upper limit of the band: the Guyana dollar since 1998; the Surinamese guilder since 1999; the Jamaican dollar since ..."
7. Potential Effects of a North American Free Trade Agreement on Apparel by William Warlick (1995)
"The actions taken by the Government of Jamaica during 1991 to decontrol exchange rates have resulted in a sharp depreciation of the Jamaican dollar, ..."
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