Episode 33: Lebanese government and banks change strategy as anti-bank sentiment escalates
The recent escalation of protests in Lebanon has highlighted protesters' frustration with the Central Bank of Lebanon (Banque du Liban: BDL) and commercial banks, sparking major announcements by the Lebanese government and two individual banks. Gabrielle Ventura, an economist for our Banking Risk Service provides insights into the situation and what comes next.
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