All Hopes Allowed

Interview with Tony Ramy

Despite a severe economic and financial crisis, Lebanon remains resilient, with expatriates challenging circumstances and increasing airport traffic.
The hotel sector sees over 50% occupancy rates, and the restaurant, café, and nightlife industries show notable activity with new openings.

Tony Ramy, President of the Syndicate of Owners of Restaurants, Cafés, Nightclubs and Pastries in Lebanon, believes that the restaurant sector managed the crisis well, proving its resilience over the past two seasons thanks to the owners of these establishments, whom he describes as heroes. He also mentioned that the parties held in Beirut have no parallel in any other country facing similar conditions, sending a strong message to the world that Lebanon will remain a hub of art, love, peace and tourism.

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