Loan for Lebanon

June 1997
Middle East;June97, Issue 268, p31
Reports that in an effort to assist post-civil war reconstruction, Japan's Overseas Economic Co-operation Fund (OECF), will lend $120 million to Lebanon. How the money would be used; Areas which need reconstruction; Information on the OECF.


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