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MEG Branch Inaugurated

Lebanon’s industrial sector sees expansion. Industry Minister Vrej Sabounjian, inaugurated Sunday a new branch of Middle East Granite (MEG) in Naher El Mot.

Founded in 1994 as one of the biggest granite factories in the Middle East region, MEG provides the largest variety of granite products in the Lebanese market such as granite blocks, slabs, cut to size tiles, kitchen tops, counter tops, and much more. Its main branch is located in Damour.

 

"This expansion reflects the owners' confidence in their country and will to ensure more job opportunities," Sabounjian said.

 

A draft law that cuts income tax on industrial exports by half has been recently approved by the Lebanese Cabinet on and still needs the Parliament’s ratification. The tax reduction will help encourage investments in the industrial sector, and create new job opportunities, Sabounjian said.

 

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