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Lebanon’s car culture questioned amid crisis

By AFP
21 October 2021   |   11:53 am
In Lebanon the car has reigned supreme, with little managing to steer people away from the mighty automobile. But now, the economic crisis is succeeding where everything else failed by challenging Lebanon's national passion for automobile ownership, and driving growing numbers towards greener or more collective transport.

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