End of the party: why Lebanon’s debt crisis has left it vulnerable - Middle East Transparent
Once known for its resilience, the country’s fragile financial system has triggered angry protests Chloe Cornish in Beirut In 2008, as mountains of bad debt collapsed and economies around the world crumbled, carefree gamblers at the central bank-owned Casino du Liban rolled dice and spun roulette wheels. Unscathed by the global financial crisis, BeirutRead More