In this week’s report, Arabia Monitor analyses recent macro-economic (and political) developments in Lebanon, with a particular focus on the banking and energy sectors.
We tackle the following questions:
Between US sanctions and Hezbollah, the banking sector is caught in a tug of war. What are the consequences? And can this sector maintain its reputation as the most stable in Lebanon?
Lebanon has moved one step closer to tapping oil & gas wealth. Will the oil and gas resources see the light? Or will they remain stagnant under the waters of corruption and political bickering?
While many countries are facing tough challenges following Brexit, can Lebanon capitalise on this?
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