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Lebanon accounted for 4.1 percent of cumulative IFFs from Arab countries, for 0.5 percent of IFFs from UMICs and for 0.3 percent of global cumulative IFFs during the 10-year period.The annual average of HMN outflows from Lebanon during the 2004-13 period was higher than the global annual average outflows of $944 million, the UMICs' annual average HMN outflows of $1.5 billion and the Arab yearly average of $874 million.Lebanon accounted for 11.8 percent of total HMN outflows from Arab countries, for 2.4 percent of such outflows from UMICs and for 1.2 percent of global HMN outflows during the covered period. Further, Lebanon accounted for 1.4 percent of cumulative GER outflows from Arab countries, for 0.11 percent of such outflows from UMICs and for 0.06 percent of global GER outflows during the covered period.
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