Lebanon Projects Lower Oil Import Bill in 1986
Lebanon's oil import bill in 1986 is projected to fall to around $310mn from the previous year's figure of $509mn, according to the Lebanese Ministry of Industry and Oil. The drop is attributed to lower oil prices and a fall in demand for petroleum products arising from the withdrawal of the petroleum subsidy and a reduction in the smuggling of products out of the country notably to Syria.
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