Luring the private sector

Trendle, Giles
October 1997
Middle East;Oct97, Issue 271, p18
Gives information on efforts of Lebanon to finance reconstructing programme despite the problems encountered by the peace process. Assertion from Prime Minister Rafiq Harri that he is hoping for peace; Commitments from private investors towards the programme; Information on the Build Operate and Transfer (BOT) contracts; Reaction from Michael Thomas, regional director of the Committee for the Middle East Trade (COMET) on redevelopment and rebuilding.


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