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The World Bank's Middle East and North Africa head indicated that future infrastructure projects were in the works for Lebanon, affirming the international organization's commitment to its partnership with the country.Hariri and Ghanem discussed ways for the World Bank to support Lebanon in the upcoming "Paris IV" donor conference slated for March, and the conference's role in attracting foreign investment.Ghanem also briefed the premier the status of projects funded by the World Bank, adding that the organization's current funding for programs in Lebanon $1.4 billion.The pair also discussed future projects that may be eligible for World Bank funding.
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