Rampling, left, and Munla. “There will be senior British involvement” in the event next week, Rampling said. (The Daily Star/Dalati Nohra, HO)
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Preparations are underway to ensure the success of the Lebanon-U.K. Business and Investment Forum, which will be held in London on Dec. 12, the British ambassador to Lebanon and a representative of Prime Minister-designate Saad Hariri said Friday. Speaking at a news conference, both U.K. envoy Chris Rampling and Hariri's adviser Nadim Munla briefed reporters about the importance of the one-day conference that will be attended by hundreds of Lebanese and British businesspeople and investors. Munla brushed off fears that Brexit may dissuade British investors from undertaking any business projects in Lebanon. Central Bank Gov. Riad Salameh, is scheduled to meet with British investors to allay fears about their Lebanese Eurobonds during forum next week.
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