Lebanon banking group rejects latest draft of financial recovery plan

The Association of Banks in Lebanon on Saturday said it totally rejected the government’s latest draft of a financial recovery plan meant to pull the country out of an economic meltdown that began in 2019.

In a statement shared with Reuters, the association called the plan “disastrous” as it put the “major portion” of losses sustained by government policies on the banks and depositors.

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