The demonstrators now focus on measures promised by the Central Bank to control the Lebanese pound's collapsed against the U.S. dollar.
In an attempt to calm the mood, the bank will start today to inject dollars in order to lower the exchange rate, the main cause of the deterioration in people's purchasing power.
Ninety per cent of workers are affected by the national currency's exchange rate, which today stands at five thousand Lebanese pounds to one dollar.
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