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A project to install solar panels on the main hall of Tripoli's Rachid Karami International Fair complex is moving forward, but many doubt the initiative will ever be completed despite the potential benefits to the city.However, despite the enthusiasm that often surrounds developmental projects in Tripoli, given the city's dire economic and social situation, some doubt that it will ever materialize. Key figures associated with the project told The Daily Star that there were several legal and logistical hurdles that may prevent the project's implementation.Qbitr added that solar plant would provide electricity for public street lighting as well as electricity to several areas of Tripoli and the north.Tripoli, has suffered years of underinvestment and had few major developmental projects to boost the economy.
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