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Currency Exchange Rates for Syrian pound? Convert GBP to SYP at todays exchange rate. See historical and money transfer restrictions for Syria.
What are the names of the Syrian pound currency?
The currency is the Syrian lira.
Which Central Bank uses this currency?
This currency is used by the Central Bank of Syria.
What is the inflation rate of the Syrian pound?
One American dollar equals 515 Syrian pounds.
What is the correct spelling of this currency?
The official name is the Syrian pound.
What about the capitalization of the currency?
In the early 2000s, one dollar was equivalent to 50 Syrian pounds, but in recent years, the official currency of Syria has fallen in price. The Syrian pound is not a hard currency. It is worth noting that the import and export of foreign currency in Syria is not prohibited, but it is strictly prohibited to use the currency of other countries.
Is the Syrian pound used outside the country?
The Syrian authorities limited the export of the Syrian pound outside the country.
How is the Syrian pound exchanged in the country?
In Syria, the law officially prohibits currency exchange. If you are caught while exchanging currency, the police will have the right to send you out of the country. The right to exchange currency is only authorized by the government banks.
What is the ratio of the pound sterling to the Syrian pound?
One pound sterling equals 280 Syrian pounds.
What does the Syrian pound mean?
The Syrian pound is 100 piastres.
Which sign is used for the Syrian pound?
The Syrian pound has the Ø³ sign.
Is the Syrian pound a stable currency? What is the reason?
The Syrian pound is not a stable currency, because there are serious restrictions on its export, and the rate depends on the political situation in the country.
What are the main currencies used in Syria and why?
In Syria, only the Syrian pound is used, because the currency exchange in the country is a crime.
Currency Information on Syrian Pound - SYP – Syrian pound - £S or LS
Coins in denominations of 1, 2, 3, 10 and 25 pounds are available, along with notes in denominations of 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 pounds.
The Syrian pound was reissued in 2009 and new notes were printed, designed by Robert Kalina.
The Syrian pound was pegged to the French franc, until 1941, when Syria was occupied by British and French forces; it was replaced with a peg to the British pound at 8.83125:1.
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