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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

EBRD to invest ‘$200 million by next year’ in Lebanon

Alain Pilloux is the vice president for banking at EBRD, or the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, whereby Pilloux revealed that the bank...
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Tatiana Weber on Egypt: “Education is the top priority”

ByTheEast: According to a report published by the World Economic Forum, Egypt’s economy ranks 11th in the Middle East. How can you explain this...
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Education and funding required for Syria’s children

Education has emerged as a focus point in Syria. With the fears of war largely receding from what was once the world’s biggest battle...
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Financial assistance used as negotiation tool in Palestine

U.S. assistance of $25 million to 6 hospitals which were primarily serving Palestinians in Jerusalem has been cut, confirmed an official from the U.S....

Lebanese banks playing pivotal role for economic stability

Lebanese banks are doing all that they can to pump in more dollars to the economy. In a move in that direction, customers willing...
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Diplomatic ties strengthens between Ethiopia and Eritrea

Diplomatic ties between Ethiopia and Eritrea have resulted in boosting of economic ties between the two former foes. For the first time in two decades,...
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Economic cooperation boosts Lebanon-Saudi ties

Economic cooperation between Lebanon and Saudi Arabia are set to take-off. More than twenty agreements are set to be signed by both companies following...
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Phosphate exports, a lifeline for the Syrian Regime

Phosphate imports by Greece from Syria could act as a lifeline to Syria. The country currently faces stringent international sanctions and is unable to...

Lebanese banking sector records ‘$4.7 billion’ growth

The “Lebanon Weekly Monitor” of Bank Audi reported that the Lebanese banking sector witnessed a rise in the assets and deposits made by customers...

Lebanese businessmen to invest Armenia’s economy

Lebanese businessmen are showing increased signs of interest in investing Armenia’s construction, agriculture and energy sectors. Building on the previous visit by Lebanon’s President Michel...