- March 12, 2020
- By Daily Star
Lin Noueihed- Behind a black gate in an upscale Beirut suburb, the head of Lebanon’s banking lobby implored the government to hold firm against the latest crisis, pay the country’s debts and safeguard its financial industry.
“A stable economy is largely dependent on a strong banking sector,” said Salim Sfeir, perched on the edge of his chair near a large corner window overlooking the garden of his villa.
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