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Wednesday, 16 January, 2013, 6:5 ( 4:5 GMT )
A manager of AOC, part of Taiwan based TPV Technology and the largest display manufacturer in the world, says after studying the Libyan market for sometime he believes positive developments in Libya tell him now is the right time for his company to enter this important market in the region.
The Libyan British Business Council (LBBC), the leading trade association and membership organisation serving the UK-Libyan business community, has taken a high-level delegation of British business leaders to Tripoli to explore bilateral trade and investment opportunities in the ‘New’ Libya. The visit is from January 13 to 17.
Five nations of the Arab Maghreb Union have created an investment bank with capital of $100 million to finance infrastructure projects in the region.
The Hull And Humber Chamber Of Commerce is hosting a trade mission to Libya in March, tailored to SMEs as well as larger organisations.
Wealthy Gulf Arab companies are boosting their investment in Africa's vast lands and untapped resources, marking a shift for investors who have traditionally directed their money towards assets in the United States and Europe.
The UAE’s biggest building materials supplier, Dubai Danube, has expanded in the emerging markets of Africa with a footprint in Libya and Kenya - that will help the Dubai-based company tap greater opportunities in these markets while offering consumers and businesses in these feeder markets a slice of Dubai’s successes.
After 42 years, the country formerly known as the Great Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya is getting its first taste of consumer capitalism in an unlikely form: sweet, sticky cinnamon rolls.
Libya could proceed with a new round of oil exploration and production deals in the transitional period but the priority for now is to maintain pre-war output levels and future targets, the Opec member's new oil minister said.
Along with the will known oil and gas resources that exist in Libya, the country’s other natural rich lie along its sea-shore. These are currently unheeded, neglected and waiting for investors who want to make huge profits.
With Libya’s economy set to grow exponentially and consequently provide significant opportunities for UK businesses, the New Middle East Association, MEA, is leading a Trade Mission to Libya in the spring of 2013,March 3-7.
Libya’s Economic and Social Development Fund is withdrawing at least $10 billion in investments from French banks including BNP Paribas SA (BNP) and Societe Generale SA (GLE) as it shifts attention to local market.
Libya's new Oil and Gas Minister says his country’s oil industry will have a bright future calls for involving the youth in achieving productions objectives. He also plans to increase national reserves of petroleum products and to fight corruption in all its forms.
A caterpillar always turns into a butterfly, but countries that have deposed a dictator do not necessarily turn into liberal democracies, is a message delivered by Dr Nasser Saidi when he addressed students at the London School of Economics.
The national airline of the United Arab Emirates, UAE, Etihad Airways, has appointed Abbas Al Ali as its General Manager in Libya. Abbas has over 20 years of experience in the aviation industry and will lead the commercial activities of Etihad Airways in the Libyan capital, Tripoli.
Moving away from old practices and investment decisions that were mired by corruption, the Libyan Investment Authority, LIA, is planning to invest huge funds in infrastructure projects inside Libya and looks for partners.
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