At the heart of the Middle East and at the crossroads of three continents, Lebanon has long been the meeting point of trade routes and the meeting place for a wide variety of people, the basis of today’s uniquely diverse and rich national culture. The land of the alphabet is now a regional and international hub for trade, finance, services, industry, culture and tourism.
At the center of the Eastern Mediterranean, Lebanon is uniquely situated at the crossroads of Africa, Asia and Europe. Its location also accounts for the rich variety of climates and ecosystems.
Lebanon’s free-market investment policies, liberal economic environment and active entrepreneurial private sector distinguish it from other countries in the region.
A number of national and international organizations with local and international expertise protect investments against non-commercial risks.
A rich and famed history layered with a multitude of civilizations, an ideal climate, a vibrant culture and a pulsating nightlife make Lebanon not merely a place to invest in, but also a place to live in.
With a state-of-the-art telecommunications system, a fully operational electricity network, a new airport, enlarged and refurbished port facilities and an ambitious road rehabilitation program, Lebanon has one of the best infrastructures in the region.
Lebanon’s principal asset is the competence of its human resources. Lebanon offers a well-educated, multi-lingual and multi-skilled workforce, considered one of the most qualified in the Middle East.