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The economy of Lebanon has been severly inhimibeted by internal sectarian conflict and conflict between Israel and Hizballah. The government has incured significant debt attempting to rebuild the national infrastructure following the Lebanese Civil War. Through foreign assistance the nation has made strides to rebuild, but still remains largely underdeveloped. Currently its trade deficit is nearly $8 billion, its external debt is $31.6 billion, and its per capita GDP is $10,300 Lebanon's economy is being rebuilt, especially by the remarkable growth of it's industry (including cement) and services sector which presents more than 70% of the country's economy. Beirut is regaining its place as a center of the middle east as foreign investments are making a huge comeback in all sectors and businesses and making huge profits, which will encourage more capitals investments.