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Lebanon business group urges general strike to push for end to crisis

Reuters Monday, 25 November 2019 ()
A business group representing much of Lebanon's private sector called on Monday for a three-day general strike to press the country's divided politicians to form a government and end a crisis that has brought the economy to a standstill.
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