The basic unit of currency is the Egyptian pound, consisting of 100 piastres (3.39 Egyptian pounds equal U.S.$1; 1995). The Central Bank of Egypt, set up in 1961, controls government banking, commercial banks, and the issue of notes by the National Bank. Many domestic and foreign banks operate in the country.
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