I’m guessing from this article that Lebanon ‘should’ be improving its Internet infrastructure:

The project to launch an auction for broadband Internet licenses is being prepared, said the executive director of the telecommunication regulatory committee Kamal Shehadeh on Friday.
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He said that the committee was dedicated to providing national and international broadband services in Lebanon in order to make the country a leader in broadband technology.

Big words: “a leader in broadband technology”. SHOW US THE MONEY! You honestly have to do better than that. Plus, the words you use are quite telling: “the project to launch an auction”. They are not launching an auction, they are preparing the ground works to look into launching an auction. So let’s call it a 3 to 5-year program.

Shehadeh also said that Lebanon should adopt the sixth version of the Internet protocol because the fourth version it was currently adopting would no longer be useful in 2011 and 2012.

Again, he used the word ‘should’, not ‘would’ or even ‘could’. Its like saying “I should be saving 10% of my salary”. I should be but I’m not. I’d like to but I can’t. Enough talk – show us the 1GB/S!