FILS


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FILSFederal Information Locator System
FILSFlorida Institutional Legal Services, Inc.
FILSFlorescan Instrument Landing System
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The 1, 5 and 10 fils are struck in bronze, with the higher denominations in cupro-nickel.
The 1, 5 and 10 fils coins are still legal tender but rarely used in everyday life, so all amounts are rounded up or down to the nearest multiples of 25 fils.
For water usage, the rates will remain at 25 fils per unit for up to 60 cubic metres (first water category), 80 fils for 61 to 100 cubic metes (second water category), and 200 fils for 101 cubic metres and above (third water category).
For water usage between 451 cubic metres and 1,000 cubic metres it will cost 500 fils, 600 fils, 700 fils and 750 fils respectively, followed by 750 fils for 1,001 cubic metres and above.
Under a gradual four-phased plan, domestic consumers will pay 120 fils per litre from January 15 next year - up by 20 fils.
At Dubai Islamic Bank at the Mall of the Emirates, the teller said the only small change she had was 25 fils.
Ficon has been shipping its FiLS MPLS solution to customers and recognizes the need for value-added features in its product lines.
The Central Bank has advised shopkeepers to obtain small change from banks, but banks are also reporting a shortage of small change except the widely available 25 fils and 50 fils coins.
According to a Dubai-based analyst some traders are not handing back the exact change to the consumer by rounding off the final figure with amounts as low as 25 fils.
Not a single bank could provide coins smaller than 25 fils.
All banks visited by Gulf News only had 25 fils as the smallest denomination.
At a chic fashion store in one of Dubai's leading malls, the two female cashiers at the till burst out laughing when I tepidly asked for my 15 fils back.