In a rare move by a top judicial authority, Lebanon’s Constitutional Council – a high-ranking.
65% of deposits in Lebanon are in U.S. dollars, and 72% of loans are denominated in U.S. dollars. Lebanese banks are in need of correspondent banks in the U.S. to clear their transactions in U.S. dollars.
Lebanon’s residents, and those traveling into and out of the country, are already feeling the.
Education, and most importantly self-education should not be cornered between four-walls.