Ali Nour
The decision by the Gulf countries to ban all Lebanese imports due to the statements made by minister George Kordahi, before he was a minister, will no doubt hurt a country already in crisis. What is the goal? Will it end here? Or will remittances soon be targeted too?  
Ali Nour
In the Pandora Papers, the name of the advisor to the President of the Lebanese Republic, Amal Abu Amal Zaid, is associated with the co-founder and director of “Agon Holding S.A.”, a company that was registered in the Virgin Islands on June 1, 2007.
Ali Nour
Tahseen Khayat, Karim, Karma and Nadia… The appearance of the Khayat family’s name in the “Pandora Papers” may indicate their desire to avoid the tax costs that would result from registering companies in Lebanon or Europe.
Ali Nour
The man set to be Lebanon’s new prime minister, along with his brother, have made hundreds of millions of dollars for their companies working in Syria, Sudan, and Yemen
Ali Nour
If you think the current crisis is bad, imagine what is yet to come once the BDL removes subsidies on fuel, medicine and wheat.
Ali Nour
The ballooning banking crisis is set to become even more complicated this year, with the recapitalization requirements for banks unlikely to bring any avail to Lebanese depositors.
Ali Nour
Today, The Lebanese government has become empty-handed and has no solutions we could bet on to contain the crisis.
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