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Libya’s civil war-torn central bank says it will unify

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The Central Bank of Libya is the repository of billions of dollars of annual oil revenues as well as foreign exchange reserves. In 2014, the bank split along the country’s broader political fault lines. The internationally recognized headquarters remains in Tripoli, while an eastern branch allied with military commander Khalifa Hifter has been set up in Benghazi. Under the transitional government, tensions remain over the distribution of the country’s fossil fuel wealth.

Libya’s civil war-torn central bank says it will unify

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