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    More than 5 months since the decision to reduce the exchange rate, and the dollar is still high

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    Post by Rocky Wed 19 Jul 2023, 3:32 pm

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    The exchange rates of the dollar are still high despite government decisions to reduce it in the main currency market, which increased the suffering of citizens due to the high market prices.


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    The capital's markets are witnessing a noticeable rise in the prices of its imported products due to the continued rise in the price of the dollar, and the citizen complains about its rise despite government decisions to reduce it.

    Shop owners say that the rise in exchange rates affected one way or another on purchasing power, causing a recession in the markets.

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