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The International Monetary Fund's Middle East Technical Assistance Center said Lebanon received 15 percent of its overall allocation of technical assistance delivery during the fiscal year that ended in April 2016, according to a report published in Lebanon This Week, an economic publication of the Byblos Bank Group.It added that Lebanon received 12 person-weeks, or 60 days, in banking supervision assistance, accounting for 33.8 percent of Lebanon's assistance and for 17.1 percent of total bank supervision activity in the region.It said Lebanon received 10.5 person-weeks, or 52.5 days, in revenue administration support, which accounts for 29.6 percent of the assistance that Lebanon received, and for 15.9 percent of METAC's total revenue administration support.In addition, Lebanon received 10 person-weeks, or 50 days, in public financial management assistance, which accounts for 28.2 percent of the assistance it received and for 16.7 percent of METAC's total public financial management assistance, according to the report.
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