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Economy

€1 billion EU grant to
deal with Syrian refugees

Targeting education, social security, and healthcare
Economy

19,600 vacancies in
public administration

Only 20 percent of skilled employees remain in critical positions
Economy

$491 million disbursed
for food and basic needs

Assistance provided by WFP to refugees and Lebanese citizens
Economy

$465 million spent to help
refugees and the vulnerable

Assistance provided under Crisis Response Plan to face impact of Syrian war
Economy

Hosting Syrian refugees
costs $1.5 billion per year

World Bank will present its assessment to donors
Economy

UN projects GDP growth
reaching 1.7 percent in 2024

Report estimates flat performance in 2023
Economy

Remittances are stable
for third consecutive year

Estimated at $6.4 billion, remain vital for the medium term
Economy

All offshore gas blocks
are open for exploration

Bidding announced for the remaining nine licenses
Economy

World Bank says GDP
to shrink due to Gaza war

Earlier prediction of modest
GDP growth now reversed into contraction
Economy

Gaza war adds 26,000
to the poor in Lebanon

Effect on schools, infrastructure, and tourism
Economy

IMF: Gov’t lacks progress
Minister of Finance agrees

Concern over decline in deposits and hampering credit provision
Economy

$200 million from World Bank
to support farmers and SMEs

Access to finance, capacity building, and improving services
Economy

UNDP: Remittances must
be directed to development

Crisis turns inbound transfers into a safety net
Economy

Barely avoiding Grey List
through a year grace period

FATF gives Lebanon a reprieve to reform
Economy

Cash economy at $10 billion
as per World Bank estimation

“Only a few winners and a majority of losers,” says report
Economy

Minimum wage doubled
and transportation increased

Equivalent to $84 per month
down from $450 pre-crisis
Economy

IMF: Economy has stabilized
but reforms are too slow

To revisit $3 billion funding level
Economy

Balance of payments deficit
up 63 percent at $3.2 billion

Deterioration caused
by resurgence of imports
Economy

GDP is growing again
according to UN report

Economy up by 5.7 percent in 2022,
forecasted to expand by 4.6 percent in 2023
Economy

Property sales drop
in numbers and value

First downturn since 2019
Economy
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