SDP is the abbreviation for the currency in Sudan that is the Sudanese Pound. For each Sudanese pound, there is 100 piastre or qirush in Arabic. The currency is more often than not, represented with a ‘LSd’ or ‘£Sd’ sign. The Sudanese pound was the currency of Sudan from 1956 up until 1992 before being replaced by the Sudanese dinar. In Arabic, the Sudanese pound is called "junaih".
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