Lebanon is strategically located at the center of the Middle East or the eastern Mediterranean, which is at the crossroads of Africa,
Asia and Europe. It serves as a link between the Mediterranean world and India and east Asia.
Lebanon is the Middle East's center of trade and business, representing a point of entry to a large regional market.
It is an excellent gateway to the Middle East region for exporters new to the region.
Dubbed "The Switzerland of the Middle East" because of its banking confidentiality and security laws that are similar to Switzerland's,
it boasts of a free market economy with no restriction to foreign investment. It is based on liberal trade policies, relaxed banking and
financial laws and policies, and strong private initiative.
The country has untapped investment opportunities in all sectors of the economy, an expanding infrastructure, quickly becoming the
best in the region.