Everything is speculative
33 companies apply to bid for relaunched LNG tender
In November 2017, Parliament ratified a state budget for the first time in over a decade. For fiscal year 2017, the state’s total spending allocation was almost $16 billion (LL23.9 trillion).
Lebanon’s electricity needs did not improve much in 2017, but the outlook for 2018 and beyond looks a little brighter.
Lebanon will finally be rescued from the electricity cuts it has long suffered from, or so says the government as it trumpets its latest plan for the sector.