Swiss newspaper exposes: Banque du Liban deletes 14 dangerous pages

Swiss newspaper exposes: Banque du Liban deletes 14 dangerous pages
Swiss newspaper exposes: Banque du Liban deletes 14 dangerous pages

The Swiss newspaper “Le Temps” revealed in an article published today that in 2016 the Central Bank of Lebanon or the Banque du Liban and its governor Riad Salameh crossed out 14 pages of a report by the International Monetary Fund that was warning of the danger of the economic situation and the massive financial weakness in Lebanon, which caused the country, after three years, to The biggest crisis since the civil war.

“You are on the edge of the abyss,” the newspaper added. From two supporting sources, with these words, on April 9, 2016, Alvaro Perez, the representative of the International Monetary Fund in Lebanon, opened the discussion with the Governor of the Central Bank, Riad Salameh, in a meeting comprising other envoys of the International Monetary Fund and other executives of the Banque du Liban. They all focused on a devastating review, of which Le Temps got a copy.

To see the article: https://www.letemps.ch/economie/exclusif-banque-liban-censure-un-rapport-fmi-prevoyait-desastre-actuel

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Swiss newspaper exposes Banque Liban deletes dangerous pages

 
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