The pace of the Lebanese lira’s collapse against the dollar is accelerating, after it reached over 80,000 pounds to the...
The proposed capital control law legitimizes flagrant banking violations by bankers and their defenders against depositors in Lebanon.
Lebanon would be better equipped to handle the repercussions of Russia's war on Ukraine if the local economic situation were less dire.
The dollar crisis is destroying the farming industry in Lebanon. Farmers are struggling to cover even 20 percent of their agricultural costs.
After Lebanon and Israel finally approved their joint maritime border agreement, politicians have been rallying behind the ability of gas...
Russia’s war on Ukraine negatively affects global production and increases the prices of imported wheat to Lebanon.
Different banks in Lebanon are easing their load at the expense of their employees, who are being dismissed without fair compensation.
The IMF is Lebanon’s fastest and most dangerous course of action.
When a country’s living conditions deteriorate, poverty takes its middle classes by storm, dropping them in a quagmire of needs...
Exclusive dealers have monopolized more than 60 percent of goods consumed in Lebanon, often supported by politicians.
While 2020 may not have been the country’s worst year in history, it was an undoubtedly decisive year for Lebanon's economic collapse.