BEIRUT – Luxury car dealers in Lebanon are anticipating a boost in vehicle demand following Syria's withdrawal from the country earlier in the year and the completion of Parliamentary elections June 19. The combined events are sparking confidence in a market that already sports one of the highest car ownership ratios in the world, they say. A London research group finds this key Middle East state has 732 cars for every 1,000 people, meaning approximately three out of four Lebanese own a ...

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