Corruption and mismanagement have left Lebanon coping with shortages, exorbitant prices, loss of wealth and security, and a generally uncertain future.
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July 31 2020
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Carine Hajjar

Life in Lebanon under Hyperinflation

Economic and political corruption and mismanagement have left the Lebanese people coping with shortages, exorbitant prices, loss of ...   READ MORE

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