January 31, 2001
World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn promised "tremendous" support to Lebanon, which suffers from a debt of about $25 billion, if it decides to "live within its means."
World Bank President James D. Wolfensohn promised \"tremendous\" support to Lebanon, which suffers from a debt of about $25 billion, if it decides to \"live within its means.\"
January 30, 2001
Lebanon’s Premier Rafiq Hariri said Monday that his government had embarked on a major structural reform effort to overhaul and update laws and proced
Saudi and Lebanese officials signed Monday in Beirut an agreement under which the Saudi Fund for Development grants Lebanon 100 million dollars.
In an attempt to reduce expenditures and streamline operations at the Lebanese Information Ministry, the cabinet approved the merger of TeleLiban, Radio Liban and the National News Agency. It also can
Fransabank SAL, one of Lebanon’s top 10 commercial banks, announced plans to set up an investment banking unit with a capital of $15 million within the coming two to three months.
January 29, 2001
The Lebanese and the Palestinians covertly agree that the Lebanese Shabaa farms should be liberated from the Israeli occupation, according to a Lebane
A group of leaders critical of President Emile Lahoud’s policies are mulling the formation of an opposition front.
<b>Date:</b> Feb 21 - Feb 24, 2001 <b>Location:</b> Forum de Beyrouth, Charles Helou Avenue, Beirut, Lebanon <b>Specifics:</b> The 2nd International Trade Exhibition for Natural Products, the re
January 28, 2001
Lebanese Hizbollah movement leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah said Sunday that there could be an exchange of prisoners with Israel before the Israeli ele
Arab and foreign tourists visiting Lebanon during the upcoming Tourism and Shopping Festival will be exempted from paying fees for entry visas, Lebano
Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri met Saturday with Sultan Qaboos for talks on bilateral relations and developments in the region.
Competition among international supermarket chains in Lebanon is likely to intensify in the near future. Supermarket chain Spinneys announced that it will open a new outlet in Beirut during the autumn
Tourists coming from certain countries will be able to visit Lebanon without paying for entry visas during \"shopping month\" from February 1 to March 15, the press reported Tuesday.
According to newspaper reports citing Lebanese government officials, a new telecommunications draft law will go before the Cabinet by mid-February. The advisor to the Telecoms Minister, Dimianos Katta