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Lebanon

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This study investigates transition finance in Lebanon, an upper middle-income country in the MENA region transitioning from a significant adverse shock. Lebanon’s development path has been historically non-linear and, most recently, the Syrian...
The purpose of this second round of surveys is to assess whether the commitments made at the World Humanitarian Summit, including the Grand Bargain, are having a tangible impact on people’s lives in the most difficult contexts in the world. This...
Displacement is at a historic high, with over 65 million individuals currently displaced. The world is facing a refugee crisis that is unprecedented in scale. A large number of evaluations look at different aspects of programming in response to...
El presente capítulo trata sobre el Programa de Educación Cívico-Tributaria del Líbano. Comienza haciendo un recorrido por el programa al completo y sus objetivos, seguido del análisis de un elemento en concreto: el «Calendario del Contribuyente»....
English, French
This chapter presents Lebanon’s taxpayer education programme. It first gives an overview of the whole programme and its objectives, followed by a focus on one specific element, the “Time for Taxes” calendar. It finally looks at the impacts and...
French, Spanish
Ce chapitre présente le programme d'éducation des contribuables du Liban. Il décrit d'abord les objectifs généraux du programme, suivi d’un point sur un élément spécifique, le calendrier fiscal « Le temps des impôts ». Il examine par la suite...
Spanish, English
Avec un PIB par habitant supérieur à 10 000 USD en 2012, le Liban est classé par la Banque Mondiale comme une économie à revenu moyen supérieur. Le pays a connu quatre années de forte croissance économique à un taux annuel moyen de 7.8 % entre 2008...
English
With a GDP per capita exceeding USD 10 000 in 2012, Lebanon is classified by the World Bank as an upper middle income economy. The country witnessed four years of strong economic growth at an average annual rate of 7.8% between 2008 and 2010, led by...
French
Social institutions in Lebanon are complex and closely linked to religion. The country officially recognises a total of 18 religious groups. According to a report by Zaatari, family matters are governed by as many as 15 personal status codes.
There is no doubt that corporate governance involves both the private and the public sectors. The public sector should provide the necessary infrastructure and ensure that there is a conducive business environment and a healthy investment climate ...
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