Prime Minister Saad Hariri heads an economic conference in Beirut, March 20, 2018. (The Daily Star/Mohamad Azakir)
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Prime Minister Saad Hariri has emphasized that one of the top priorities of the Lebanese government at this stage is to buttress the productive sector as a way to achieve growth and create more jobs for the youth.Hariri's remarks came during a dialogue Tuesday evening at the Grand Serail with participants in the "Sustainable Economic Development for Lebanon" conference, organized by Confex in cooperation with the Central Bank. He said all the projects in the capital investment program that the government will present to the upcoming CEDRE conference in Paris will be discussed by Cabinet for approval, adding that the government is dealing "realistically" with its 10-year plan, which includes projects worth $16 billion.
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