‘We can’t take it anymore’: As Lebanon economy skids, jobs in firing line

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Karim Daya was one of the last of his friends and family still in Lebanon. Now that his job is gone, he’s packing his bags. “That’s it. It’s just getting worse and worse, and where are we headed? Nobody knows,” said Daya, 27, a graphic de…

‘We can’t take it anymore’: As Lebanon economy skids, jobs in firing line

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Karim Daya was one of the last of his friends and family still in Lebanon. Now that his job is gone, he’s packing his bags.
“That’s it. It’s just getting worse and worse, and where are we headed? Nobody knows,” said Daya, 27, a graphic de…
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