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Lebanon’s Aoun vows to tend to economic, financial reforms

Author: Reutersarticle author: ReutersID: 1566155193030884500Sun, 2019-08-18 16:12 BEIRUT: Lebanon is expected to begin implementing in October a set of economic and financial measures…


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Sun, 2019-08-18 16:12

BEIRUT: Lebanon is expected to begin implementing in October a set of economic and financial measures agreed by its top leadership that will boost economic growth, President Michel Aoun said on Sunday, vowing that he would to tend to this himself.
He was referring to decisions taken at a top-level meeting earlier this month with the aim of reviving an economy that has been growing slowly for years and is struggling with one of the world’s heaviest public debt burdens.

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