MEA chairman Mohammad Hout speaks during an interview with The Daily Star in Beirut, Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015. (The Daily Star/Hasan Shaaban)
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Imported and exported food is now being closely scrutinized at Middle East Airlines' new cargo center, ministers said during an inspection Wednesday.Chehayeb inspected the facility with Progressive Socialist Party official Taymour Jumblatt and Health Minister Wael Abu Faour, at the invitation of MEA Chairman Mohammad Hout. At the time, Hout said the new center could store up to 165,000 tons of cargo, compared to the old building's 65,000-ton capacity, hailing the ability of the facility to expedite the transport of air cargo between Lebanon and abroad.Abu Faour also praised the work that has been done at the center.
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