Currency of Egypt Last updated on
Friday 16th April 2010
The Egyptian Pound (L.E.), divided into 100 piastres, is the official currency of Egypt. As of 1995 the 3.40 Egyptian Pounds equal one US Dollar. The once severe currency restrictions have largely been lifted and the Egyptian Pound (L.E.) can be freely exchanged with other currencies.
Egyptian pounds per US$1; market rate: 3.4050 (January 2000), 3.4050 (1999), 3.3880 (1998), 3.3880 (1997),
3.3880 (1996), 3.3900 (1995)
1 July - 30 June
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