The CBUAE issued 100 gold coins and 1,000 silver coins, each weighing 40 grams.
By issuing these commemorative coins, the CBUAE and SCCI aim to highlight the achievements and successes of the Chamber over the past fifty years.
The CBUAE issued 100 gold coins and 1,000 silver coins, each weighing 40 grams. The front side features a drawing of the SCCI building, with the Chamber’s name in Arabic and English.
The reverse of the coin includes the names of the CBUAE and SCCI in both languages, in addition to text mentioning the Golden Jubilee, the number "50" and the years 1970-2020.
The SCCI is an independent entity with many achievements in regulating commercial, industrial and professional affairs in the emirate of Sharjah. It facilitates business prosperity, enhances trading opportunities by co-ordinating with the authorities, and encourages best practices in business.
All issued coins have been handed to the SCCI, and will not be available for sale at the CBUAE headquarters and its branches.
The CBUAE will issue 3,000 sets comprising seven silver coins, each of which is worth Dhs50 and weighs 28 grammes.
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