Libya's central bank says it received $22.9 bln in foreign currency in 2021
The Central Bank of Libya said on Wednesday it had received $22.9 billion in foreign currency in 2021 and used $24.5 billion, covering the difference from its own reserves. A statement from the central bank added that oil revenues reached 103.4 billion dinars ($22.52 billion) in 2021, representing 97.8% of the total income in that year.
($1 = 4.5906 Libyan dinars)
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