Vlookup based on two criteria

Dear Experts:

I need to do a lookup, the trouble is that the lookup values are based on two criteria (in the below example, the look-up value is 'Hongkong1000' (spread over two columns). For example:

Sheet 'Database' where the returned values are to be inserted:
Column A      Column B        Column C
Hongkong       1000               650 US-Dollar (The return value that is pulled from Column 'C' of the lookup table (worksheet named LookUpTable)

Sheet 'LookupTable from which the return values are taken:
Column A      Column B        Column C
Hongkong       1000               650 US-Dollar  (The return value that is looked up and inserted into Sheet 'Database')

I could insert a helper column which combines Column A and B on both sheets. I am aware of this, but I wonder whether another nested formula can achieve this without having to insert a helper column.

Help is very much appreciated. Thank you very much in advance for your professional help

I have attached a sample for your convenience with detailed instructions.

Regards, Andreas

Andreas HermleTeam leaderAsked:
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
Try this.....

In D2

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And then copy across and down.

For details please refer to the attached workbook.

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ProfessorJimJamMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
please find attached.
Andreas HermleTeam leaderAuthor Commented:
Wow, I am deeply impressed. Both formulas work just fine, one an index formula, the othe one a 'regular' formula.

I can't say which one is better, since both are just awesome for me, but regrettably I have to select 'a' better one.

Again, thank you very much for your great, professional and swift support.  I really appreciate it. Great Stuff.

Kind Regards, Andreas
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Subodh Tiwari (Neeraj)Excel & VBA ExpertCommented:
You're welcome. Glad we could help.

I am not sure whether you have noticed it or not, both the formulas have almost the same approach except the fact that mine is a non-array formula while ProfessorJimJam's is an array formula which will require confirmation with Ctrl+Shift+Enter not Enter alone.
Andreas HermleTeam leaderAuthor Commented:
upsss, sorry, I meant array formula instead of index formula.
ProfessorJimJamMicrosoft Excel ExpertCommented:
You are welcome Andreas.

Definitely, sktneer's formula is better.  avoiding entering special key stroke
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