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One would have thought that the oil and gas wealth that Lebanon is blessed with was a treasure owned by the Lebanese and its future generations that would help alleviate budgetary deficits while generating and sustaining enough wealth to develop the country and improve the lives of the people.The lecture completely skipped the crux of the problem, and in a country like Lebanon governed by political interests, no one short of Agatha Christie's Hercules Poirot can untangle the complications that ensue and put in perspective the whole policy of oil exploration and production we can expect in the future.
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