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The Lebanese Lira as a truly separate currency was born in 1939, when it was de-linked from the Syrian Pound. Despite Lebanon’s many issues, the Lire bounced along – trading at LL 3.07 to $1 by 1965, and trending as high as LL 2.25 to $1 in 1975, the same year that Lebanon’s 15 year […]
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