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Lebanon’s Economy
A summary of the proposed capital control law for Lebanon
The capital control law draft plan is divided into 13 articles. They are below...
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IMF and Lebanon: A Comparative Analysis of IMF Experiences
I decided to look at certain other countries where the IMF has been running their programmes. Before we go on to the successful IMF programmes, I would like to highlight the disastrous ones.
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Macro-Finance: What Is It? & How Does It Work?
Macro-Economic Instability in Lebanon – Reviewing the Causes:
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How Did We Get Here - Haircut Part Two
30 Years at a Glance: The Recent Economic History of Lebanon The current economic situation in Lebanon is – either directly or indirectly – a cumulative result of the previous strategies, policies, and events. Understanding the factors which led to the proposition of the Haircut in Lebanon necessitates looking back at the last 30 years...
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د. عطية المعلم بداية "اليوروبوندز" هي سندات دين بغير العملة المحلية للدولة المصدرة لها. وقد ظهر هذا المصطلح للمرة الأولى خلال الحرب العالمية الثانية، حين اضطرت أوروبا للاستدانة من الولايات المتحدة بالدولار لتمويل إعمار ما خلفته الحرب. وعادة أسعار هذه السندات تثبت أو تنخفض حسب مؤشر مخاطر وتصنيف البلد المصدّر، على أن تدفع عند الإستحقاق...
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What is a haircut?
If an asset – such as holdings of a particular government bond – is worth USD 1 million but is given a haircut of 20%, it means it is treated as though it has a value of only USD0.8 million or even a deposit.
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Lebanese Diaspora Energy - Together for a better tomorrow
Standing together and holding on to each other with support and love is what Lebanese people have proudly done across the globe for decades. As we all go through these hard times, we must, more than ever, show solidarity and support.
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Coronavirus outbreak in Lebanon - a crisis within a crisis
This Health crisis started within the fallout of the economic sector which was creating a whole fiscal crisis, hence now we are having multiple impacts related to the same:
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Dr Atie discusses Eurobonds and Economy on Loubnan Al Yawm
Indeed, our government did not begin implementation and simply waited until now. We’re always consulting McKinsey as well as other national experts. And what’s striking is that if we look more closely at these companies, we’d notice that they are all led by Lebanese individuals whose expertise we never benefited from.
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A New Economic Model Needed to Reduce Inequality in Lebanon
The revolution has been linked to the acute problem of inequality in Lebanon. This uprising was against the power elites with an aim to end sectarianism politics
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