Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hasan attends a conference in Beirut, Friday, June 6, 2014. (The Daily Star/Justin Salhani)
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The "Seminar on Innovation in Lebanon's Industrial Sector" was based off a 2012/3 survey taken by the World Bank that sampled 478 Lebanese enterprises, most of which were small or medium sized, and aimed to provide the sector with ways to drive innovation and creativity.According to Industry Minister Hussein Hajj Hassan, 75 representatives of Lebanon's industry sector were invited to the seminar but few, if any, were in attendance.The survey shows that 35 percent of Lebanon's youth are currently beleaguered by unemployment.
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