by Geoffrey Smith One of the axioms of global geopolitics is that a country can project power only as far as its economic might allows. There is good reason why the United States, by far the world’s largest economy, has been the dominant force in all things political and military for the past 60 years. […]
Lebanese Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh comments on the outlook for Syrian banks and economy. He spoke in a Feb. 16 interview from his Beirut office with Bloomberg’s reporter Donna Abu-Nasr.
In this interview Dr. Makram Sader, Secretary General of Association of Banks in Lebanon talks about several issues including economic growth, internal and external risks, sanctions against Syria and Iran, money laundering , tax exchange laws
Lebanese Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh discusses the exposure of the country’s banks to government debt as well as the latest efforts to insulate the lenders from a crisis in neighboring Syria. He spoke in an interview today at his office in Beirut. On economic growth: “The indicators are showing that the real growth could […]
By Ghassan Karam
Most Lebanese, that I know, are surprised when I tell them that Lebanon is one of the most densely populated countries of the world.