EDL says that Lebanon will “stop importing electricity from Syria except in cases of necessity.” (The Daily Star/Mahmoud Kheir)
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Lebanon's state-owned electricity company announced Friday that it would limit its production this summer, providing only 13 hours of electricity per day, due to the Cabinet's recent budget cuts, by closing two plants and limiting the third's operations.Electricite du Liban released a statement saying that it would stop the production at the Tyre and Baalbek plants due to their high operating costs. Production in Jiyyeh will be limited to only 100MW, according to the statement.
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