Lebanon’s land exports to Gulf markets have been choked off| glObserver Global Economics


Lebanon’s land exports to Gulf markets have been choked off, leaving millions of dollars in goods stranded next the closure of a vital crossing on the Syrian-Jordanian border last month. The Nasib border point was the last remaining gateway for Lebanese truck drivers transporting agricultural and industrial products to Iraq and Gulf nations.

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