Lebanon is suffering its worst economic crisis in decades. People accuse their leaders of corruption and mismanagement. Food prices are soaring and the Lebanese pound is in free fall.
As Lebanon slips further into crisis, what can be done? And what will be the fallout, both at home and for the region?
Dr. Patrick Mardini commented on Lebanon’s current financial crisis and proposed opening vital sectors to competition and shifting the costs to the private sector in order to relieve the government from the burden.
Dr. Mardini’s Interview on Inside Story on Al Jazeera- April 29, 2020