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Poverty in Lebanon tripled over a decade, World Bank says

Summary by Washington Top News
BEIRUT (AP) — Poverty in Lebanon tripled over the course of a decade during which the small Mediterranean country slid into a protracted financial crisis, the World Bank said Thursday. The percentage of people in Lebanon living below the poverty line rose from 12% in 2012 to 44% in 2022, the bank said in a report based on surveys conducted in five of the country’s eight governorates. The data provided the most detailed snapshot to date on the ec…

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