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Lebanon has an opportunity to fuel its economic growth, by further investing in its creative ecosystem. Additionally, over the past few years the Creative Economy sector has witnessed a significant development in this region, in general and in Lebanon in particular, and there has been an increase in the size and quality of creative production. This makes it important to start addressing creativity from an economic perspective and to promote the understanding of creativity as a viable economic activity that generates wealth and jobs.
If an ideal investment climate consists of irresistible incentives and permanent country assets, then Lebanon is the Middle East investment magnet par excellence. Lebanon has it all: access to a huge regional market, a vast pool of skill and talent, a versatile culture, and a trade, banking, and legal infrastructure conductive to investment. A model for social and economic development in the Middle East, Lebanon boasts impressive growth, high investment, and unmatched social indicators. Its strategic location, free-market investment policies, liberal economic environment, banking secrecy, and entrepreneurial private sector make conducting business in Lebanon the ideal choice.
Under the patronage of Economy and Trade Minister Mohamad Safadi, the Real Estate Association of Lebanon (R.E.A.L.) was officially launched on Wednesday, May 12, 2010, at Le Vendôme Intercontinental Hotel in Beirut. An outstanding attendance regrouped media figures, diplomats and senior figures from the real sector as well as representatives of Beirut and Mount-Lebanon Chamber of Commerce, industry and Agriculture. As it aims to be the first representative organization, R.E.A.L. mainly seeks to support the different entities operating in the real estate sector.
It is the Lebanese International Business Council (LIBC) honor to invite you to PLANET LEBANON 2010, the Lebanese-Arab Expatriates Networking Conference, looking forward that you take an active part in this significant international event, as a strong contribution to the efforts to promote economic development in Lebanon, along with the Lebanese sense of entrepreneurship,whether resident or emigrant.
Lebanon needs to urgently decrease its energy dependence on fossil fuels and switch to cleaner renewable energies (RE) to prevent foreign influence in the country’s affairs