File - LibanPost offices are seen in Beirut, Monday, Jan. 21, 2013. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Marwan has been waiting more than two months for the delivery of a smartphone that he ordered via online merchant Ali Express.Marwan's package is one of thousands of mail items shipped from China that are being inspected by the Customs department at Beirut international airport before clearance for delivery, an industry source told The Daily Star.Dunia, like Marwan, is one of hundreds of Lebanese who have grown frustrated with the delay in the delivery of mail items from China since early July.According to the source, the sharp increase in orders from China had prompted the Customs department to initiate a thorough inspection of shipped items to determine whether they were intended for commercial or personal use.
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