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Dollar Falls after Haftar hands over oil ports to NOC

The exchange rate of the dollar fell on Wednesday against the Libyan dinar in the parallel market after the announcement by the National Oil Corporation (NOC) of receiving the oil ports and the lifting of the status of force majeure.

The price of the dollar stood at 6,670 dinars, after having recorded in the past days a rise of 7 dinars, because of the decision of Operation Dignity commander, Khalifa Haftar to hand over oil ports to the parallel oil corporation in Benghazi.

 

Dollar prices in the parallel market are witnessing a state of instability as a result of political decisions affecting the economy in the country.

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