The economic meltdown that Lebanon has suffered in recent times is beyond description.
It is a dire situation in Lebanon. The economy is teetering on the edge. There is an acute bread shortage, and people are on the brink of no food in the month of Ramadan, the holy period of fasting. Lebanon’s Economy
Few Lebanese believe next Sunday’s parliamentary election will install enough reformers in the 128-member national assembly to effect change and save the country from the downward slide which began nearly four years ago and inspired
It is considered the most intense non-nuclear explosion. The 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate that was stored in the Beirut port and exploded on August 4, 2020, which killed 200 people, injured 7000 and devastated large neighbourhoods near the port in Beirut has caused public outrage and a political crisis. But Lebanon’s wily
Lebanese greeted the May15th parliamentary election results with “a little satisfaction and a little sadness,” a veteran observer of the scene stated. Lebanese traditionalists were satisfied that the competing core blocks retained their strength but saddened
ChatGPT, an AI product of OpenAI, a San Francisco-based AI company, released in late November, is described as a Large Language Model (LLM),
The outcome of the new shorter work week is exciting and set to influence a trend in the regional and global business strategy (‘4-day week sees 90% increase in productivity of Sharjah employees’ (01 February).
The people who are in the forefront of pushing Social Security “reform” by cutting benefits have gotten pretty good at hiding their intentions behind plausible-sounding jargon and economists’ gibberish.