Sams, Thomas
September 1993
Business America;9/20/93, Vol. 114 Issue 19, p22
Trade Publication
Focuses at the business outlook in Lebanon. Reconstruction program; Business opportunities for American companies; Obstacles; Need for American companies to show greater flexibility; Capitalization on the political and commercial importance government officials attach to a return of American business interests to Lebanon. INSETS: Conference will examine opportunities, obstacles.;Trade and travel..


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