BEIRUT, Jan 21 (Reuters) – Lebanon’s union of exchange
dealers said on Tuesday it had decided to set the rate at a
maximum of 2,000 Lebanese pounds to the U.S. dollar in agreement
with the central bank governor.
The union said in a statement this would come into effect on
(Reporting by Ellen Francis and Tom Perry
Editing by Chris Reese)
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