Barnett, Neil
November 2000
Middle East;Nov2000, Issue 306, p18
Predicts the impact of the political reorganization in Lebanon on the country's economy. Impressiveness of the reconstruction of downtown Beirut after the civil war in the early 1990s; Anger of landowners with the government's compulsory taking of property in return for shares; Investors' concerns over Syrian and Israeli occupations in the country; Prime Minister Rafik Hariri's comeback victory in the elections.


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