Tuesday, 28 August, 2012, 6:29 ( 4:29 GMT )
13 high ranked Libyan oil officials join full day workshop hosted by Kuwait Energy. The Libyan delegation included managers, engineers, planners and specialists from the Libyan National Oil Company and its subsidiaries.
The Next Century Foundation has announced what can be described as a historic moment for Gaza that Monday sent its first shipment of 2,000 garments from the Ashour factory through Kerem Shalom on its way to the UK fashion retailer JD Williams. A second shipment of 2,000 additional garments will be shipped in the near future.
The Libyan International Telecom Company(LITC) announced the activation of the new upgraded submarine cable system between Libya and Italy using the latest technologies to provide huge capacities reaching 40Gbps instead of the old system.
The Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition (OREC) has unveiled the first US Marine and Hydrokinetic (MHK) Technology Roadmap that describes the issues, challenges and opportunities facing the MHK industry and outlines a clear and logical path to its commercialisation.
Alitalia will resume air links between Tripoli and Rome with effect from 2nd November when the Authorities render the operating conditions and airport security fully restored.
The UK Charity Commission has today vindicated Muslim Aid's position that it did not unlawfully fund the Al-Ihsan Charitable Society. The Commission also confirmed that within the scope of its investigation it found no evidence of irregular or improper use of the charity's funds or any evidence that the charity had illegally funded any
proscribed or designated entities.
The 42nd Annual General Assembly of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA) has appointed Dr Elijah Chingosho as Secretary General of the continental air transport organization effective 01st January 2011. Dr. Chingosho will take over from Mr. Tewodros Tamrat who has been Ag. Secretary General since June 2010.
The RWE Dea North Africa Branch in Libya has donated 1,500 zinc plates for the printing of school books in Braille to the "Nour Association of the Blind" in Tripoli.
Cape Town, South Africa (AfricaCom) – November 10, 2010- The number of active mobile subscriptions in Africa crossed the half-a-billion mark in 3Q10, to reach 506 million at end-September, according to research by InformaTelecoms & Media.
Work has begun at The Waterfront, a luxury residential and resort development located near Tripoli along Libya’s Mediterranean coast, announced Al-Libya Al-Qataria (ALAQ), a joint venture between Oyia (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Libya’s Economic and Social Development Fund) and Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company (a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Qatar Investment Authority).
The sixth prime-time episode of the second season of Pan-Arab reality-TV show “Stars of Science”, an initiative of Qatar Foundation for Education Science and Community Development, brought on again highly suspenseful moments to the viewers.
DUBAI World Trade Centre (DWTC) and IBM today announced a multi-year business process outsourcing (BPO) agreement that will see IBM managing DWTC's transactional finance and accounting back office functions, including accounts payable, receivables, billing, daily and month end accounting, reporting and planning and budgeting services.
The second season of Stars of Science, an initiative of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, is marking the come-back to the competition after the “orientation week” experienced by the candidates. The thrilling fifth prime-time episode of “Stars of Science”, broadcast on Sunday, October 31, set the bar high upon its “Proof of Concept” phase.
Reinforcing its fiscal stability and solid business performance in a challenging economic environment, the Arab Petroleum Investments Corporation (APICORP) today announced a 42% year-on-year rise in its net income for the period from January to September 2010. Disclosing the results at APICORP’s quarterly board meeting in Cairo, Ahmad Bin Hamad Al-Nuaimi, Chief Executive and General Manager said the organisation’s net income for the first three quarters reached $64.31 million. The government of Libya has a 15% stake in APICORP.
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