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Toters raises $18 million
from IFC and other funds

Proceeds to finance Iraqi expansion
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$70 million tender soon
for second airport terminal

Project to create hundreds of jobs
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Phoenicia Hotel plans
partial reopening in July

Resumption of full operations in October
Business

Sécurité Assurance creates
products targeting brokers

Tool to build websites for selling policies
mobile app, and ‘TeleMedicine’ to access doctors
Business

Startup Myki acquired
by US-based JumpCloud

Founders and management
to remain post-acquisition
Business

LAU to open campus
and hospital in Baghdad

Part of major project
by Lebanese developer
Business

CMA CGM wins concession
of Beirut container terminal

400 new jobs, $33 million investment
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CMA CGM reopens
local headquarters

Eyeing port projects
To grow to 1,100 workers in 2022
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‘A Crazy Love’
New national slogan

Campaign launched by Ministry of Tourism
Business

10 to 12 hours of electricity
supply expected by year-end

Increase due to inputs from Iraq, Jordan, and Egypt
Business

$87 million deal signed
to develop Port of Tripoli

Project to be completed by mid-2024
Business

AUB branching to
Cyprus and Dubai

Main campus to remain in Beirut
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M1 Group acquires
Myanmar mobile network

Purchase price struck at a tenth of original value
Business

ENOC wins tender to
swap Iraqi oil for EDL fuel

One million tons to be replaced in one year by oil suitable for power plants
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Unsubsidized diesel oil
will become available

Deal between MEDCO, Beirut Traders, and Tourism Syndicates
Business

LIA Insurance
and Assurex merge

Combined premiums of $129 million in 2020
Business

One million vaccinated
infections are rising again

One fifth of the adult population has received two jabs
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Solidere’s profit drops
despite surge in land sales

Decline in rents and rise in provisions and other costs
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