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Archive for January 16th, 2013

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Wednesday 16th January 2013 Two well-known European Union funded programmes, Erasmus Mundus and Tempus, have encouraged Libyan higher education institutions and qualified Libyan students to take part in the ongoing Calls for Proposals. These Calls for Proposals are meant to provide an opportunity for students and institutions to submit proposals for specific study projects to be carried out with the  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  Saying it is now the time to enter Libya, AOC, part of Taiwan-based TPV Technology Limited, and the largest display manufacturer in the world today announced Monday the appointment of the Libyan IT company, Estishari for Computer Services, as the authorised distributors for its wide range of AOC LCD/LED monitors in Libya. Sameh Gamal – Business Development Manager  [ Read More ]

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January 2013  Libya’s Zueitina oil terminal should reopen in coming days, officials said, after the oil ministry gave the go-ahead to start planning the resumption of activities following the latest disruption to the OPEC member’s economic lifeline. At the facility which lies some 800 kms east of the capital Tripoli, protesters who had forced the shutdown of operations last month  [ Read More ]

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Wednesday 16th January 2013  Libya made major strides toward establishing democracy and political rights last year, the community-based, social action agency and pro-democracy watchdog Freedom House said in a report released Wednesday. Libya and Egypt were two nations that Freedom House ranked as “partly free” by the end of 2012 due to successful elections, improving over “not free” the year  [ Read More ]