Lebanon's economic crisis fuelling Syria's currency fall

Many say the financial crisis in neighbouring Lebanon has further devalued Syria's wounded economy.

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    Syria's local currency has been under pressure for months as a result of the country's deepening economic problems.

    And in recent weeks, the value of the Syrian pound has plummeted.

    Many say the financial crisis in neighbouring Lebanon has made the situation even worse.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from the Lebanon-Syria border.


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