November 14, 2000
United Nations specialist troops have cleared of mines almost one third of the area of southern Lebanon formerly occupied by Israel, defusing 1,520 ex
The World Bank has donated $300,000 to Lebanon for upgrading services of the ministry of social affairs.
In its annual survey of the Arab world’s Top 100 commercial banks, The Banker magazine included 7 Lebanese banks on the list, none of which ranked in the top 10 banks in the Middle East.
November 13, 2000
Unions of Lebanese media editors and lawyers denounced Monday the canceling of a talk by newspaper chief Gibran Tueini, a leading tenor among voices c
The families of three Israeli soldiers kidnapped more than a month ago by Hizbollah, asked for help in obtaining the safe return of their sons at a ga
Milhem Barakat will be heading off to Australia soon for six concerts around the continent.
The accession of Lebanon to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and partnership with EuroMed is set to bring about great change in the way Lebanese pharmaceutical companies do business.
Lebanon’s hotel industry had hoped for a boost from the recently held Asian Football Cup competition, but instead it recorded a net loss during the tournament.
LibanCell, one of the two authorized cellular phone network operators in Lebanon, withdrew a $1.35 billion offer it had made to the government earlier this year to replace its BOT contract with a 20-y
The Islamic Development Bank, known for offering long-term loans to governments for financing major urban and rural projects, has signed five agreements totaling $147 million for projects in Beirut an
On the face of it, trading on the Beirut Stock Exchange appeared to hit immense heights as volume skyrocketed to 7,103,883. However, as the old saying goes –“looks can be deceiving”.
Finance Bank S.A.L., which is 98 percent - owned by Intra Investment S.A.L., increased its capital for the third time in three years, from $12.45 million to $15.5 million following an extraordinary ge
Revenue from customs duties, the government’s major source of income, went up by 21.5 percent in October from September, to $128.96 million, while on a year-to-year basis it increased by 7.6 percent f
Attention in the eurobond market was more focused on non-trading activities, as expectations of a new sovereign issue mounted. Market talk suggests a bond of 3 to 5 years maturity totaling between $30
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri stated he plans to privatize the electricity industry and fixed line telephone connections from 2001, and to strike an association agreement with the European Unio