File - The head of the Beirut Chambers of Commerce, Mohammad Choucair poses for a picture during an interview in Beirut. (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Mohamed Choucair, president of the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, expressed confidence Wednesday that his list had a 95 percent chance to win Sunday's elections.Choucair laid out an agenda for the coming year that focuses on expanding opportunities for the export of Lebanese products."Our aim for 2014 is to open new export markets for Lebanese industrialists who cannot rely anymore on the local market for the marketing of their products due to the security and political instability prevailing in Lebanon," he said. He said that Lebanese industrialists would have the chance participate in the exhibition in Jeddah for three days in April, featuring Lebanese products. Choucair said that many industrialists were already present in foreign markets.
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