Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

BANKS IN BEIRUT STOP EXCHANGING LOCAL CURRENCY FOR US DOLLARS



Financial institutions in Beirut have temporarily ceased exchanging Lebanese currency for US Dollars for customers. The Lebanese Pound has seriously declined of late, and many Beirut residents now routinely exchange their local cash for Dollars. The banks say they will resume making US currency available on April 12, when the international airport, closed due to the Coronavirus, is scheduled to reopen.  

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