The World Bank Group headquarters bldg. in Washington, D.C. (Wikipedia)
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The Central Bank's stimulus package and the modest rise in number of tourists have helped achieve some growth in the Lebanese economy, the World Bank said.It also noted that in the first half of 2015 tourist arrivals rose by 16.4 percent, while lending to the private sector expanded by about 8 percent.The World Bank also pointed to the political paralysis that has affected the government.However, the World Bank stressed again that the drop in oil prices in international markets has helped the Lebanese economy to some extent.
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