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LIBANPOST’S DNA GENDER PARITY

“It’s always been our drive,” said Khalil Daoud, chairman and managing director of LibanPost.

LibanPost has been following the path of gender parity since day one, trying its best not to discriminate and differentiate between men and women. This year, its effort and hard work was

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