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November 2016

by Executive Editors

 

EDITORIAL

It’s time for some serious changes
From the Lebanese entrepreneurship ecosystem to capital markets, action needs to be taken

LEADERS

A small matter of perspective
It’s time to break the silence on the CMA

Getting competitive
Circular 331 needs a legal system to back it

Not just the apps
Our non-tech startups need support

COVER STORY

To be or when to be
The CMA faces barriers in the national quest for Lebanese capital markets

A desire to monopolize the Lebanese forex market?
The CMA wishes to curb the long tradition of leverage and speculation in currency trading

A view from the other side
Interview with Firas Safieddine of the Capital Markets Authority (CMA)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Taking stock of the entrepreneurial ecosystem
Encouraging signs mean growth looks set to continue

Into a new dimension
Boldly adding academia to the entrepreneurship game plan

The legal building blocks of the ecosystem
The challenges to launching a startup in Lebanon

United foods of Lebanon
Food entrepreneur brings communities together through traditional meals

BANKING & FINANCE

Toward a national strategy
Gone missing: potential stakeholders

AUTOMOTIVE

Lack of consumer confidence affecting demand
Executive talks with head of the AAI, Antoine Boukater, about car sales in 2016

LAST WORD

Convincing the masses
Political outsiders face hurdles in gaining traction

November 2016 table of contents

by Executive Editors
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EDITORIAL

It’s time for some serious changes

From the Lebanese entrepreneurship ecosystem to capital markets, action needs to be taken

LEADERS

A small matter of perspective

It’s time to break the silence on the CMA

Getting competitive

Circular 331 needs a legal system to back it

Not just the apps

Our non-tech startups need support

COVER STORY

To be or when to be

The CMA faces barriers in the national quest for Lebanese capital markets

A desire to monopolize the Lebanese forex market?

The CMA wishes to curb the long tradition of leverage and speculation in currency trading

A view from the other side

Interview with Firas Safieddine of the Capital Markets Authority (CMA)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Taking stock of the entrepreneurial ecosystem

Encouraging signs mean growth looks set to continue

Into a new dimension

Boldly adding academia to the entrepreneurship game plan

The legal building blocks of the ecosystem

The challenges to launching a startup in Lebanon

United foods of Lebanon

Food entrepreneur brings communities together through traditional meals

BANKING & FINANCE

Toward a national strategy

Gone missing: potential stakeholders

AUTOMOTIVE

Lack of consumer confidence affecting demand

Executive talks with head of the AAI, Antoine Boukater, about car sales in 2016

LAST WORD

Convincing the masses

Political outsiders face hurdles in gaining traction

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