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Co-working draws Lebanese amid economic, power crises

Several businesses in Lebanon have started utilizing co-working spaces, allowing them to cope with crises by sharing ideas and skills as well as offices.
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Beirut, Lebanon - Lebanese companies, freelancers, and professionals are trying co-working spaces to cope with the financial and practical obstacles of the economic crisis.

The ripple effects of the country's currency crash, banking crisis, and inability to import needed resources have led to rising rents, unaffordable and unreliable generators and expensive transport. Co-working spaces offer a solution. 

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