Exclusive: CBL Discloses Exclusively About Foreign Exchange Sales During the Last Three Weeks of November


Our source at the Central Bank of Libya revealed in an exclusive statement that the foreign currencies sold to commercial banks during the month of November, the past three weeks, amounted to approximately $1.7 billion, including $1 billion covering documentary credits and $700 million for personal items cards and transfers.

According to the source, the coverage of foreign exchange requests by the Central Bank of Libya continues at the same pace and the volume of payments covers the market needs and increases.