Useful information relating to the Lebanese Pound currency LBP
1 £L = 100 piastre
*Pegged: 1 USD = 1,507.50000 LBP
The Lebanese pound (lira in Arabic, ليرة, or livre in French) is the currency unit of Lebanon. It is divided into 100 qirsh (Arabic, قرش) or piastres but inflation has eliminated the subdivisions. Before the war of 1975-1990, 1 U.S. dollar was worth 3 pounds. It is now pegged at 1 U.S. Dollar = 1507.5 LBP.
Useful information relating to the Vietnamese Dong currency VND
1 đồng = 10 hào
The Vietnamese Dong, or đồng, has been the currency of Vietnam since 1978. Issued by the State Bank of Vietnam, it has the symbol ₫ and is subdivided into 10 hào. However, the hào is now worth so little that it is no longer issued. The word đồng refers to Chinese bronze coins which were used as currency during the dynastic periods of China and Vietnam.