June 14, 2001
Syrian troops based in Beirut and nearby areas are to "redeploy" in the next few days, the Lebanese army said.
The Lebanese Hizbollah movement will “now retaliate directly against any Israeli troops who shoot civilians on the Lebanese side of the border,” said
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said Wednesday in Rabat that he hoped his talks with King Mohammed would lead to more political, economic and social c
Lebanon's gross domestic Product (GDP) experienced 0.5 percent growth in 2001's first quarter, breaking a two-year streak of zero or negative economic growth, according to a report obtained Tuesday by
Lebanon will sign a free trade agreement with Iraq in July, joining the ranks of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Syria, the chief of the Lebanese industrial association was quoted Wednesday, June 13, as say
The Lebanese Minister of Energy and Water, Mohamed Baydhoun, said his ministry is presently preparing an international tender to excavate gas along Lebanon’s coast.
The Lebanese Minister of Energy and Water, Mohamed Baydhoun, has recently inaugurated the Deir-Nabbouh Electricity Generation Station in the Dhanya region of Lebanon.
June 13, 2001
Lebanon’s Interior and Municipalities Minister Elias Murr has renewed his call to municipalities to remove illegally placed advertising billboards.
The Lebanese army said Tuesday that temporary and permanent exemptions from military service would be granted to Lebanese abroad if they met certain c
Lebanon's Higher Council for Privatization announced Tuesday its decision to "amicably" terminate the build-operate-transfer contracts with the nation
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said on Tuesday that Syria provided vital assistance to Lebanon, and defended its neighbor's controversial military pr
The secretary general of the Lebanese Hizbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, warned Israel on Tuesday that time was running out to win the release of four Israe
On June 15 and 16, the Rahbani cousins, Ziad and Ghassan, will give an open-air concert at the Mont La Salle school in Beirut. Though they’ve been discussing a joint concert
A value added tax (VAT) is to be adopted by Lebanon for the first time, starting next year. The Lebanese cabinet approved the new tax law on June 6, adding a ten percent levy on a wide range of produc
Lebanese private banks in Syrian free zones, launched a year ago as a trailblazer for greater liberalization in Syria's state-controlled economy, are a failure because of administrative restrictions,