Lebanon's crisis has gone from bad to worse, with protests and demonstrations heating up as a result of the collapse of the Lebanese Pound. As the government and Central Bank grapple to minimise Lebanon's worst economic crisis since its civil war, Ehsan Khoman, Head of MENA Research and Strategy, examines what has led to the upset and how the country's contours could improve under an IMF programme.
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