Lebanon is not bankrupt .. Who is bankrupt?

  Seventeen years ago, it was taboo to speak or even point to an economic crisis in Lebanon. The charge was ready against the “few” warning of the downward path, and the aggravation...

2018 .. Economically!

Will 2018 be the year of economic transformation?   The current political and economic challenges are strong today for Lebanon to characterize the benefits of next year. At the same time, the...

Economic visions … sovereignty !!

  The country has two economic approaches dating back to the pre-civil war years. The post-Taif era crystallized and developed each one, especially after the year 2000, which is the pivotal...

Starting point to reform the economy!

It is time for an economic approach that is different from that of a quarter century ago. A talk that has been repeated by every official and economist for years, but without any translation,...

Facing the monetary challenges with Economy

In a quarter of a century, Lebanon has been exposed to a series of financial shocks resulting from internal or external political wars and crises.   Since the early days of the beginning of the...

The economic war continues

The attempts to blackmail Lebanon economically and financially have not subsided or eased since the Saudi announcement of the resignation of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri.   The failure...

Lebanon and the reconstruction of Syria

The Lebanese agree, which is rare, about the importance of the reconstruction of Syria and its expected role.   Including those who want to rebuild Syria from Lebanon, from far away without any...

Reviving the “options” …  when they are dead

  Most politicians in Lebanon are proud that the uniqueness of the cedar country is the only one without economic planning. Some even went further, to the fact that it does not need economic...

About the Economic dialogue

Economic dialogue is necessary and desirable at any time, but dialogue about what?   On an issue that has already spent years of debate and study and there is no constitutional institution in...

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