What is the United Arab Emirates Dirham (AED)?

This has been the national currency for the United Arab Emirates since 1973.
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The Dirham also known as Emirati dirham is the national currency for the United Arab Emirates. 

The currency code for the currency is AED with unofficial abbreviations including DH and Dhs.

The United Arab Emirates Dirham first came into use in May 1973 replacing the Qatar and Dubai riyal.

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