International Trade in Lebanon

International Trade in Lebanon

Lebanon has a free-market economy with a strong laissez-faire (hands-off) commercial tradition. Following a drawn out civil war (1975-1990), Lebanon started to rebuild the country's physical and social infrastructures by a massive reconstruction program in 1992. The government is... Read more

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    A Network of Independent Audit, Accountancy, Tax & Consultancy Firms -> Seeking efficiency by using innovative...
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    Lights up Professional SARL

    Distributors, Lebanon

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    Sales Agents, Lebanon

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Overview About International Trade in Lebanon

Main Industry Sectors

The country's sustained growth can be explained by the vigor of the key sectors of its economy. The banking sector saw record profits, profits of the three largest banks growing by 19% on 2009. The sustained and lucrative banking activity does not however constitute a real support to the private sector because the majority of liquidity coming from banks is used to finance the national debt.

Lebanon also has a booming real estate sector, which benefits from the burst of the real estate bubble in Dubai. Demand coming from the Arab countries is indeed very high and in the first half of 2010 the average price for m2 in the center of Bayreuth reached 7,000 UDS, equal to an annual growth of 41%.

Lebanon has fertile lands, however the agricultural sector is under-developed and only contributes up to 5% of the GDP.

 

Economic Overview

Lebanon has a free-market economy with a strong laissez-faire (hands-off) commercial tradition. Following a drawn out civil war (1975-1990), Lebanon started to rebuild the country's physical and social infrastructures by a massive reconstruction program in 1992. The government is continuing these structural reforms. The GDP growth rate in 200...

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