Lebanon’s economy faces stark choice: Reform or collapse

Lebanese protesters chant slogans during a protest against corruption and criticizing long-serving politicians for failing to form a government, in Beirut, Lebanon, Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018. Lebanon is marking 75 years of independence with a military parade Thursday in Beirut, but many anxious Lebanese feel they have little to celebrate: the country’s corruption-plagued economy is dangerously close to collapse and political bickering over shares in a new Cabinet is threatening to scuttle pledges worth $11 billion by international donors. Hussein Malla AP Photo Read more here: https://www.sacbee.com/news/business/article222060405.html#storylink=cpy
Lebanese protesters chant slogans during a protest against corruption and criticizing long-serving politicians for failing to form a government, in Beirut, Lebanon, Thursday, Nov. 22, 2018. Lebanon is marking 75 years of independence with a military parade Thursday in Beirut, but many anxious Lebanese feel they have little to celebrate: the country’s corruption-plagued economy is dangerously close to collapse and political bickering over shares in a new Cabinet is threatening to scuttle pledges worth $11 billion by international donors. Hussein Malla AP Photo
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