Some of the key factors driving these positive changes are on the technological edge, with attempts at bolstering foreign investments.
BEIRUT: Currently in Lebanon’s state of political stalemate, the economy seems to be stalled and slow to recover; but looking forward, the shape of the economy and workforce might offer a much more fruitful harvest on the long run.
Some of the key factors driving these positive changes are on the technological edge, with attempts at bolstering foreign investments, as well as facing the challenges and changes of the digital era, put forth by the banking sector.
Examining this “Rethinking Lebanon 2025” played host Saturday to an assemblage of decision-makers, business leaders and financial gurus who assessed the current woes the economy is facing from both an investment and financial perspective.
“The goal of this conference is to identify the most significant changes and challenges to the Lebanese economy in the years ahead; it also seeks to promote a collaboration among the public, private, and education sectors in order to reach a common vision of Lebanon,” said Jihad Hokayem, chief strategiest at JHC financial consultancy and head of Rethink Lebanon 2025.