Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Public External Debt at 28189.70 USD Million


External Debt in Lebanon increased to 28189.70 USD Million in January from 28100.80 USD Million in December of 2016.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Government Budget Value at -773875.00 LBP Million


Lebanon recorded a government budget deficit of 773875 LBP Million in December of 2016.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Consumer Price Index (CPI) at 99.00 Index Points


Consumer Price Index CPI in Lebanon increased to 99 Index Points in February from 98.47 Index Points in January of 2017.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Cpi Transportation at 89.50 Index Points


The transportation sub-index of the CPI basket in Lebanon increased to 89.50 Index Points in February of 2017 from 88.80 Index Points in January of 2017.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Electricity Production at 1190.00 Gigawatt-hour


Electricity Production in Lebanon increased to 1190 Gigawatt-hour in January from 1156 Gigawatt-hour in December of 2016.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Fiscal Expenditure at 1874421.00 LBP Million


Fiscal Expenditure in Lebanon decreased to 1874421 LBP Million in December from 1994921 LBP Million in November of 2016.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Food Inflation at 1.44 percent


Cost of food in Lebanon increased 1.44 percent in February of 2017 over the same month in the previous year.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Government Debt at 98480.00 LBP Billion


Government Debt in Lebanon decreased to 98480 LBP Billion in January from 98622 LBP Billion in December of 2016.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Government Revenues at 1100546.00 LBP Million


Government Revenues in Lebanon increased to 1100546 LBP Million in December from 930443 LBP Million in November of 2016.





Sunday March 26 2017
Lebanon Inflation Rate at 4.93 percent


Consumer prices in Lebanon went up 4.93 percent year-on-year in February of 2017, after a 4.68 percent rise in January and reaching a new high since June of 2013. Main upward pressures came from prices of housing and utilities (9.1 percent vs 8.2 percent in January); food and non-alcoholic beverages (1.44 percent vs 0.02 percent) and housing and utilities (9.1 percent vs 8.2 percent); transport (9.4 percent vs 7.9 percent). In contrast, health cost fell at a faster pace (-1.3 percent vs -1 percent). On a monthly basis, consumer prices increased 0.55 percent, recovering from a 0.47 percent fall in January.