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Lebanon’s political and economic system has historically given rise to high levels of inequality, with geographical and social factors also playing a significant role.
Before the Syrian crisis, the country was facing problems of high rates of unemployment and poverty, weak public services and corruption.
The crisis has had profound humanitarian, socio-economic and political impacts on Lebanon, and in 2019 the economic situation took a significant downturn.

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