CEDIS


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AcronymDefinition
CEDISCanadian Emergency Department Information System (healthcare)
CEDISCentre d'Etude de la Documentation et de l'Information Scolaires (French: Study Center of School Documentation and Information; est. 1972)
CEDISColorado Economic Demographic Information System (Colorado Department of Local Affairs)
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000) cedis is our demand as compensation for the land.
A second, 300-million cedi bond sold in March was also oversubscribed, while 87 percent of the 250 million cedis of three-year securities offered at a June 3 sale were sold.
Ms Yousif said she came to Bahrain a month ago after her mother paid 12 million Ghana Cedis (BD388) to bring her here.
We were told that a single grasscutter costs upwards of 100,000 cedis (about $10 U.
To enable programs to provide the method with limited outside support over the long term, some working group members suggested a unit price of 6,0008,000 cedis (at the time approximately US$1).
She revealed that about one 'anto' (mini) bag of garden eggs cost 6 to thousand cedis but this depended on the season.
Each participant received 20,000 cedis for their participation.
Investment in fixed assets was measured in hundred millions of Ghanaian Cedis (at the time of the questionnaire administration, US$1 = 2300.
Business is conducted using Ghanaian cedis, which must be converted to dollars or another hard currency before the close of banking hours.
In 1980, the price of such a unit in Accra was 19,650 cedis (US $7,145), and a little less in the regional capitals such as Kumasi, Sekondi-Takoradi and Tamale.
In April, the average price for a bucket of water, which used to be 400 cedis, was raised to 800 cedis (US$1 equals 7,000 cedis) to comply with the Bank's required "prior action" for accessing the structural adjustment loan approved in July.