Passengers before going through security checks at Beirut's airport. (AFP/Alarabiya)
Rethinking the role of remittances inflows in the Lebanese Economy

While economic research proved that remittances ease poverty, most studies failed to establish a causal relationship between them and economic growth. 

How far is Mexico from Lebanon?

Despite the Lebanese constituting less than 5% of the foreign population in Mexico in the 1930s, they owned more than 50% of economic activities in the country.