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Jordanian Dinar
4th place in "20 Most Expensive World Currencies against the US Dollar"

Jordanian Dinar
The value of Jordanian dinar is higher than that of the US dollar: 1 dinar is equal to 1.41 dollar. The exchange rate is pegged.

This is yet another Arabic country currency on our list.

The most part of Jordan's population is concentrated in three cities, which are one of the largest ones: Amman, Irbid, and Madaba. This is due to the fact that deserts make up 90% of the country.

Speaking of the economy, things have been not so great for Jordan compared to the previous world countries on our list. The country is not rich in natural resources; moreover, it needs to import expensive energy supplies. Imports significantly exceed exports.

Jordan is in a considerable foreign debt, which makes the country well-being dependent on loans from the neighboring countries and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).