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A municipality south of Beirut will implement a total ban on Syrian-owned businesses and Lebanese businesses that employ Syrian workers, excluding those where the Ministry of Labor has specified Syrians are allowed to work.While the language of the decision only explicitly mentions Syrians, Mattar says that this in fact applies to all foreign workers in Naameh.It is expected that other municipalities in the area will follow suit, with Matar confirming that he spoke to Damour Mayor Charles Ghafri, who Matar said was keen on taking similar action.In February, the Hadath municipality closed down stores run by Syrians and Lebanese shops that employed Syrians were forced to fire them.
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