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Lebanon counts cost of Syria conflict

21 July 2013 Last updated at 10:38 BST

The tourism industry is a key driver for Lebanon's economy, but visitor numbers have plunged because of the civil war in neighbouring Syria.

Events like a recent car bombing in Beirut have also not helped the country's image. So how are businesses which cater for tourists adapting to the turmoil?

Simon Atkinson reports.

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