The foreign currencies including the US dollar fell significantly against the Libyan dinar by the end of the day on Tuesday.

Figures from the black market in Tripoli showed that dollar prices slipped to 6.03 LYD after approaching 7 LYD in the past few days.

The Central Bank of Libya, the Presidential Council and the High Council of State announced on Wednesday the adoption of the economic reform program with its 12 items, the most important of which is the imposition of a tax on the purchase of foreign currency and raising the dollar’s annual allocation of families to $ 1000 per person.

Source: Libya Observer