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AUT Organizes Logistics Symposium: Joining WTO Seen As Necessity
In line with the tripod model followed at AUT, the department of External Relations organized a symposium on the impact of the development of logistics centers on the Lebanese economy with the country's top stakeholders and foreign guests. The symposium, meant to introduce AUT Transport Management students to the industry up close ,was held in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Works and Transport and examined the sector of logistics from the public and private perspectives and allowed seaports executives to voice their concerns to an audience made up of industry professionals, journalists and AUT students and faculty.
The public sector was represented by the Director General of Land and Maritime Transport Mr Abdel Hafiz Kaissy, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Trade and Economy and the Lebanese Customs. The interventions responded to an opening statement by An Nahar journalist Sabine Oweiss who addressed serve criticism to the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, setting the tone to a very lively session. The audience learned of the plans prepared by the relevant ministries, the need to integrate the WTO and the obstacles to funding projects.