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Man heads to the Lebanese central bank, in Beirut, Lebanon. (AP Photo)
Summary: In mid-October 2019, Lebanese banks shut down their branches, imposed informal capital controls and blocked depositors’ access to their deposits. These informal capital controls are...Show Comments
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