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Hakim represents Lebanon at International Arab Banking Summit 2014

June 21, 2014

NNA - The annual International Arab Banking Summit (IABS) titled "Transitions in the World Economy" for 2014 kicked off its conference on Friday in Paris-France.

French President, Francois Hollande, represented by his economic and financial adviser, patronized the summit.

The Lebanese Economy Minister Alain Hakim represented Lebanon in the conference along with more than 300 figures representing leaders of banking and financial institutions from Arab and European countries, central bank governors, ministers of economy, heads of economic and financial organizations and bodies.

The Summit is the annual international platform for ministers, governors of central banks, leading bankers, decision-makers and representatives of public and private sectors from various continents to meet and discuss issues of concern to the international banking community and wider world economy.

The International Arab Banking Summit is a platform for representatives of the public and private sectors, as well as leading bankers, to meet and discuss issues of utmost concern to the Arab and international economies as well as their financial institutions.

The Summit, through its plenary panel discussions, will focus on shaping some ideas within the recent developments, about new areas of partnering which could put the Arab and international economies, businesses, and financial institutions on the right track towards sustainable growth and prosperity.


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Source: National News Agency (Lebanon)

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