In focus -- Lebanon's tourism boom
Banking, real estate and tourism are the key pillars of Lebanon's growth and the current stability is bringing in millions of tourists each year.
In 2009, despite the global downturn, tourist numbers in Lebanon skyrocketed by 39 percent. That was the strongest rise for any country in the world.
As the all-important summer season gets underway, MME looks at how tourism fuels overall growth.
Facetime -- Raya Hassan, Lebanese Finance Minister
The economy is enjoying a peace dividend of sorts, but despite strong growth, Lebanon still faces a number of challenges.
Its budget deficit remains in the double digits and the country's long term debt is nearly 150 percent of GDP, one of the world's highest.
MME talks to Lebanon's Minister of Finance Raya Hassan, to find out if the levels of strong growth can be sustained.
Watch the show this week at the times (GMT) below:
Friday: 0915, 1745