Libyan Dinar


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Libyan Dinar

The currency of Libya. It was issued in 1971, replacing the Libyan pound. It is colloquially called a jni in Western Libya or a jneh in Eastern Libya. The official name is rarely used in daily transactions.
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Those wanting to exchange their Libyan dinars into pesos should present proof of their travel from Libya for example their original passport or travel document issued by the Philippine Embassy in Tripoli with an exit stamp by Libyan authorities or from other countries that served as exit points for repatriation.
Each OFW will be allowed to exchange up to a maximum equivalent of P10,000 in Libyan dinars.
OFWs can only exchange their Libyan dinar to peso upon presenting documentary proof of their travel from Libya, which include passport or valid travel papers issued and signed by the Philippine Embassy, stamped with the date of the OFW s arrival in the Philippines.
Masraf Al Rayan's Libyan target was founded in the city of Benghazi in 1997 with capital of 3mn Libyan dinars ($2.
A few days before the deadline for the new Libyan PM to propose a new government, he signed a resolution that grants each of the 200 members of government a loan of 45,000 Libyan Dinars to allegedly purchase a car
Al-Farajani, a Libyan from the city of Benghazi born in 1993, said that he joined a militant group after the events in Libya, and that during his time with this group he became aware that its members were in contact with people in al-Zantan area where Qatari and Emirati planes loaded with weapons, Toyota SUVs and Qatari officers who trained militants in the use of AK-47 rifles and machineguns of various calibers and gave them monthly payments of 2000 Libyan dinars.
Wage increases, medication and reconstruction are putting a further strain on the limited cash supply, and queues outside banks have grown longer this week ahead of the greater Eid festival of sacrifice, when it is traditional buy a sheep, costing around 500 Libyan dinars ($410), for slaughter.
For the time being, he said interest would be cancelled from any personal loans already taken out less than 10,000 Libyan dinars (about pounds 4,700).
Jibril also said that families of fighters killed in fighting would be paid 400 Libyan dinars ($335) a month and a monthly salary of 450 to 500 Libyan dinars would be paid to Libyans who quit their jobs to pick up arms against Gaddafi.
8billion Libyan dinars - was delivered under high security after similar flights by the US were raided after the Iraq war in 2003.
A high-security RAF C-17 cargo plane carrying pounds 130million of Libyan dinars was due to land at the second city Benghazi.
That fund has said it distributed millions of Libyan dinars to families in the Nafusah Mountain area in western Libya.