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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I will inject as many dollars as possible to the extent it won't affect our Libyan dinar harmfully.
The seventh currency exchange facility for the Libyan dinar, established in August, was opened after the continuing conflict between Libya and Syria.
BENGHAZI, Libya: A central bank set up by Libyan rebels has virtually no reserves, but plans to inject dollars into the economy to prop up the Libyan dinar once funds pledged by Western powers arrive, the rebel economy chief said.
Repatriated overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) from Libya can exchange their Libyan dinar for Philippine pesos starting today at all offices of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas nationwide and at all banks including bank branches at the airport.
Ayari said that a new property worth 4 million Libyan dinars (1 Libyan dinar = 1.
To allow Filipinos evacuated from Libya to exchange up to P10,000 worth of Libyan dinar, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) policy-making Monetary Board (MB) approved over the weekend the opening of a currency exchange facility (CEF) at the central bank.
The total value of transactions reached 17,005 Libyan dinar (1.
We announced that we need almost 66 million Libyan dinars ($49 million) as a budget for the elections process; however, all that we have for now is only 1.
A revolver (9 mm Colt), an 11-bullet magazine, also 9 mm caliber, two hundred Libyan dinars and four mobile phones were seized, added the same source.
He pays about 700 Libyan dinars (Dh1,839) every month to accommodate himself and his entire family a few streets from where his house used to stand.
Sanalla said that the NOC had so far received 310 million Libyan dinars ($220 million) from the GNA, and had been promised another 300 million.
5 billion Libyan dinars to its account was published on the internet, a public uproar hit social media outlets on Tuesday.