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Supreme Council Discusses With The Central Bank The Results Of The Selling Of Foreign Exchange And The Future Plan For Economic Reforms

The Supreme Council’s Economic Follow-up Committee, on Wednesday, discussed with the Director of the Office of the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya, Abdel Latif El-Tunisi, the results of the imposition of fees on the sale of foreign exchange compared to what was planned in the issuance of those decisions.

The committee discussed with the advisor of the Central Bank of Libya Naji Issa, the future plan for the implementation of economic reforms and the measures required to protect the citizen and the traders alike, according to the official page of the Council.

Foreign exchange sales reached $4 billion and $800 million, while revenues from foreign exchange sales amounted to 12 billion LYD, according to the Central Bank of Libya.

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