Lebanon Opportunities

How to revive the economy

• Lift capital controls (It won’t break the banks)
• No haircut
• Unify exchange rate
• Balance the budget (it is possible!)
• Restructure debt
• 250 measures to grow the economy
• Support fund for the poor
• Privatize everything

In the Nov-Dec issue of Lebanon Opportunities, a draft for economic revival was published. Subsequently, eight workshops with stakeholders were organized, and dozens of suggestions and comments were received. As a result, an expanded and refined, full-fledged plan is now ready.

Politics comes first

This comprehensive Revival Plan advocates that no solution to the current economic situation is feasible without political reform that ensures independent, professional, and transparent governance. The impact of the regional conflict in the Middle East, and the activities of Hezbollah, have resulted

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