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The Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Tripoli and North Lebanon is a public utility institution, a member in the Lebanese Federation of Chambers of Commerce, was established based on the Decree No. 36/67 deals with all Economic Affairs and sponsors the interests of companies and businessmen whether in trade, industry, or agriculture.
It plays a leading role in the Lebanese national economy through lobbying the highest interests of the private sector. It has about 20,000 affiliates who renew membership at a rate of 7,000 annually.
The Tripoli Special Economic Zone (TSEZ) is a bold and timely initiative for Lebanon. It is the first project of its kind to develop a multi-use economic zone complete with all required infrastructure and utilities. The Lebanese business community has already demonstrated its ability to design and produce innovative products and services in a variety of industry sectors, ranging from software to electronics. The creation of the TSEZ will attempt to overcome the barriers that have stymied foreign direct investment (FDI) and prevented many local private sector businesses.
It is of major economic significance both locally and nationally. The site is located 15km from the central business district of Tripoli and 600m from the seashore. The total area of the Fair site is approximately 100 ha, used for the exhibition buildings and display areas. An area of 36 ha is used for landscaping and gardens and provides parking spaces for 3000 cars.
The venue comprises 20,000 m2 of indoor halls and 40,000 m2 of outdoor exhibition areas. The conference hall includes 16,000 seats.