Watkins, Sabounjian and Pasini unveil the U.N. plan to boost Lebanese industries.
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The Industry Ministry in cooperation with U.N. agencies will advise Lebanese businesses on the procedures to participate in U.N. tenders to purchase goods for refugees, Sabounjian told The Daily Star.Pasini, who participated in the meeting with Sabounjian and Watkins, said the workshop aimed at bridging the gap between U.N. agencies and Lebanese industrialists with regard to the tender procedures adopted by U.N. organizations.In the event that the U.N. requires products that aren't manufactured locally, Lebanese importers would also be given preference to supply U.N. agencies with the needed good, Sabounjian added.
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