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Wednesday | The Daily Star

Sarkis: From humble background to Baabda

Editor's note: Ahead of the 2014 presidential election, this is the sixth in a series of articles examining the circumstances and conditions that shaped the elections of Lebanon's 12 presidents since 1943.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

The Daily Star

Bill of fire delay triggers anger, strike

BEIRUT: Parliament failed to decide on wage hikes for civil servants and teachers Tuesday, opting instead to form a committee to re-examine the controversial public sector salary scale bill.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

KRMS-AM Osage Beach

Judge Has No Jurisdiction In Lebanon Case

There has been a new ruling in the case of a Lebanon man who was awarded $28-million dollars in damages from his allegedly negligent employer.

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The Daily Star

Bankers: raising taxes would wreak havoc

BEIRUT: The proposal to fund a public sector wage hike by increasing taxes on the interest earned on bank deposits will cost depositors LL280 billion and drive many to take their business elsewhere, the head of the Association of Banks in Lebanon said Thursday.

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The Daily Star

Lebanon's Arabic press digest - Apr. 11, 2014

The following are a selection of stories from Lebanese newspapers that may be of interest to Daily Star readers.

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Wed Apr 09, 2014

The Daily Star

Businessman files suit against Italian prosecutor in Beirut

BEIRUT: A businessman whose Lebanese bank accounts were frozen after he was embroiled in corruption allegations has filed a lawsuit against the Italian prosecutor leading the investigation against him.

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Tue Apr 08, 2014

The Daily Star

'Public will foot the bill for pay raise,' business leaders warn

Central Bank governor Riad Salameh, right, attends the joint committees meeting at the Parliament in Beirut, Monday, April 7, 2014.

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Fri Apr 04, 2014

The Daily Star

Lebanon's Arabic press digest - Apr. 4, 2014

The following are a selection of stories from Lebanese newspapers that may be of interest to Daily Star readers.

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Wed Apr 02, 2014

The Daily Star

Laws for the people?

While it is partly positive that Parliament is finally getting around to passing legislation that has been on hold for years, it is important that this is not done in a haphazard way or on politicized whims.

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Mon Mar 31, 2014

The Daily Star

BankMed confirms strong growth in 2013

BEIRUT: BankMed maintained double-digit growth in deposits and total assets in 2013 despite an overall economic slowdown that saw net profit almost flatten due to the conservative management strategy of allocating an additional $35 million in general provisions.

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Sun Mar 30, 2014

Al Bawaba

Lebanon abandons bank secrecy laws to probe money laundering and terrorist funding

Lebanese bankers told The Daily Star that they were prohibited from accepting any financial transaction from members of Hezbollah, which has been labeled as a terrorist group by Washington.The SIC said it had received 301 cases in 2013, 189 of which came from local sources and 112 from foreign sources.

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Thu Mar 27, 2014

The Daily Star

Lebanon lifts banking secrecy 17 times in 2013

File - Central Bank governor Riad Salameh speaks during an interview in Beirut, Monday, Sept.

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Mon Mar 24, 2014

The Daily Star

Presidential election: Into the fray once more

BEIRUT: Tuesday marks the start of the two-month constitutional period for the 13th presidential election since Lebanon's independence in 1943, a crucial time that is likely to see the country divided along the usual political lines.

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Thu Mar 20, 2014

The Daily Star

Investors optimistic despite political climate

BEIRUT: Interest in investing in Lebanon is growing in spite of the country's political and security situation, according to the ANIMAinvestment network.

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