Lebanon no longer red at Intel

Chipzalla was outside, now it's inside

Reports on a Middle East wire have reported that the Lebanese government has snapped to its senses over a ban on the importation of Intel processors into the country. According to Arabia Online, the Lebanese ministry of finance has overturned the ban on Intel products, which was imposed many years ago, because the company has a fabrication plant in Israel. Customs officers imposed a ban on three containers of Intel products at the end of last week, despite the fact that they had turned a blind eye to the regulations in the recent past. The stop was an isolated incident, according to the Lebanese government. Over 80 per cent of Lebanon PCs use Intel processors, according to reports. ®

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