“Lebanon is a very important market for travel and tourism,” Naoumovitch said.
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Naoumovitch said around 75 percent of Lebanese aged between 18 and 34 were smartphone users, making the Lebanese market a target for big companies such as Sabre.Sabre is the leading provider of technology to the global travel and tourism industry.Naoumovitch added that over 420,000 travel agencies and more than 700,000 hotels use the Sabre system today.It processes over $110 billion of travel spend and more than 1.1 trillion system messages each year.Sabre has many mobile applications as well.
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