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Lira

A term for a currency. It derives its name from "libra," which is the Latin word for a Troy pound of refined silver. It formerly was the name of the currencies in a number of states on the Italian peninsula, including Italy, San Marino and the Vatican. It continues to be the name for currencies in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Turkey.
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Turkish lira's recent drop will boost the US dollar adversely affecting the Pakistani Rupee in return.
"It took us a little to click because our shots werent falling," Lira said.
Its authorized capital has increased to 1.5 billion liras.
Around the same time, Turkish conglomerate Sabancy Holding, meanwhile, posted a 27 percent fall in first quarter net profit to 403.2 million liras, dragged down by banking unit Akbank despite a rise in sales.
It is reported, that in January-March 2019, 12 companies with Uzbek capital with the total capital amounted to 695,000 liras and five companies with Kyrgyz capital totaling to 156,000 Turkish liras were registered in Turkey.
"The company's turnover was 4.53 billion liras in 2015," said Petkim.
Tekstilbank shares closed the morning session with a 0.68% drop at 1.46 liras ahead of the sale's announcement, while GSD Holding shares were traded at 1.12 liras with a 0.88% plunge.
Kurtul said the holding's consolidated net sales hit 9.8 billion Turkish liras end of June, which he said marked a 4 percent increase over the same period a year earlier, adding that their EBITDA figures -- earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization -- in H1 this year achieved a 35 percent rise to more than 2.6 billion Turkish liras.
Some 31.183 billion liras will be allocated for the implementation of projects in 2020, which will be 3.413 billion liras more compared to the budget for 2019.
According to the report, Petkim's total sale volume amounted to about 2.97 billion Turkish liras in January- September compared to 3.41 billion liras in the same period in 2012.
Turkey's gross domestic product increased by 4.4% in the second quarter of 2013 and reached to 30 145 Million Turkish Liras at constant prices.
As per the reports, during last ten years Turkish Airlines has accrued costs totaling 48 million Turkish Liras due to delays.