A leading international investment bank has seen significant downside risks in Lebanon despite an expected slight improvement in growth in 2019.
The Mzannar family’s 300-year-old textile business survived Lebanon’s Civil War by making uniforms for militiamen.
The technical side of Lebanon’s ambitious new electricity plan may seem sound.
Algerians need look no further than Egypt for a glimpse of how difficult any transition could be if they put off painful economic measures.
Lebanon needs to implement “painful” and “unpopular” reforms, especially concerning its large debt burden and in the realm of its energy sector, or it runs...
London based Economist Intelligence Unit revised its GDP growth forecast of Lebanon to 2.4 percent in 2020.
The market’s memory is so short when it comes to Lebanon that a few weeks of government inaction all but wiped out a bond rally fueled by Gulf aid pledges and...
Despite a recent downgrade in Lebanon’s sovereign debt outlook, the country will have no problems rolling over 2019’s debt, experts told The Daily Star.
International ratings agency Standard & Poor's revised Lebanon’s outlook to negative from stable, late Friday night.