Presidency of the
Council of Ministers
IDAL's Chairman, Eng. Nabil Itani, toured some investment projects that benefited from the incentives stipulated in the Investment Promotion Law No. 360 in the Keserwan and Jbeil regions. The industrial sector to which these projects belong enjoys enormous potential for growth and expansion. Many promising opportunities in the industrial sub-sectors show a great potential and readiness to invest.
In its capacity as a gold sponsor, IDAL supported the immigrants' reunion 2018 organized by the LIBC at the Phoenicia Hotel under the patronage of the Prime Minister Saad Hariri. IDAL`s intervention at the “New vision for Investment in ICT future” session focused on the sector potential and the promising opportunities it offers. IDAL deploys every effort to promote Lebanon as an ICT platform in the region based on the enabling environment which boosts among others business accelerators, incubators and funds that provide financing to investors in this sector.
IDAL's Chairman Nabil Itani met with the Lebanese ambassador to Canada Fadi Ziadeh. Discussions tackled diaspora affairs and IDAL's participation at the LDE Youth that will take place in Montreal on Sept 15-16, an event organized in parallel with the LDE conference but will be targeting startups, accelerators and incubators.
Within its support to the Lebanese agricultural exports, IDAL`s chairman, Eng. Nabil Itani, visited a number of agricultural investment projects in South Lebanon, checking the standards adopted within the framework of the Agri Plus program. Eng. Itani declared that 20 % of the packing houses in the South have been awarded HACCP and ISO certificates. Lebanese products are facing strong competition abroad, where quality and packaging play a crucial role. Lebanese agricultural exports have been in line with strict conditions set by some countries for food safety.