Notably, an expected side-effect of this move is a lowered price of these products on the local market.
“On the first of May, the import of agricultural goods usually stops, due to the abundance of their production in Lebanon,” Tarshishi said.
“With this decision, the market will be flooded with Lebanese goods in their season, which will lead to a significant decrease in their prices,” he added.
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