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Lebanon Real Estate Expo 2012

Event : Lebanon Real Estate Expo 2012

Fri, 23/11/2012  
Conducted by : Arabcom Group
Contact : Kalindi Karani

 Located at the heart of the Middle East and the crossroads of three continents, Lebanon is where the East meets the West.

A convergence point of trade routes for thousands of years and a unique cultural and religious melting pot, The Land of the Alphabet is rising again as a regional and international hub for trade, finance, services, culture, and tourism.With unique characteristics that are inherent to the Lebanese system, Lebanon offers an ideal business environment for discerning investors. In addition to a free-market economy based on a long tradition of government-supported liberalism, a sophisticated banking system, a developed legal framework, a superbly skilled workforce, and an exceptional lifestyle, Lebanon offers a large number of investment opportunities in all sectors of the Lebanese national economy. The Lebanese authorities have set as priority the improvement of the investment climate in Lebanon. For this purpose, serious efforts were deployed to modernize the regulatory framework of investment in order to offer the most suitable climate to foreigners and nationals desiring to invest in Lebanon.


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