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Lebanon :, Selected Issues

Abstract
Lebanon’s credit growth in 2008–10 has been concentrated in trade and services, household loans, and the construction sector. These sectors accounted for almost 80 percent of all new loans extended since 2008. Real estate lending in particular has been increased substantially. On the demand side, a renewal in confidence following an improved political environment in 2008 led to a rebound in economic activity that, together with a real estate boom, fueled credit demand
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. Private Sector Credit Growth in Lebanon-Supply or Demand Driven?; A. The Credit Surge; Tables; 1. Growth of Credit to the Private Sector in US, 2008-10; Figures; 1. Composition of Private Credit, June 2011; 2. FX and LL Lending Capacity; 3. Average Lending Rates; 4. Share of LL and FX Lending in New Credit Over the Past 12 Months; B. A Disequilibrium Model of the Credit Market: Is the Credit Surge Supply or Demand Driven or Both?; 5. Loans Benefiting from 2009 RR Exemptions and Their Share of Total Loans
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Physical Description
1 online resource (49 p.)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781463953492

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