Adnan Kassar speaks during the Arab Forum for Green Economy in Beirut, Thursday, March 13, 2014. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Economists, bankers and experts Thursday called for more investment in the green sector, seeing opportunities to grow Lebanon's overall economy.Samuelian emphasized the importance of investing in green projects, while highlighting Central Bank initiatives in the sector.Ziad Bekdache, vice president of the Association of Lebanese industrialists, cited the association's contributions to raising awareness among industrialists of the need to adopt cleaner production methods.He called upon the Lebanese government to support the concept of green industries to improve industrial development and increase sustainability in the country. Muttassim Mahmassani, general manager of Al-Baraka Bank, said that one of the most important aspects of corporate social responsibility to develop recently in the banking sector was the notion of "green banking".
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