2013 June 25 : Libyan Embassy – London
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Archive for June 25th, 2013

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June 2013  At the end of talks between Libyan Prime Minister Dr Ali Zidan and Malta’s Premier, Dr Joseph Muscat Sunday in Tripoli both parties agreed in describing the meeting during Muscat’s first visit to Libya as head of the Maltese government as both cordial and positive for the two neighbourly Mediterranean countries. Dr Muscat who was accompanied by four  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 25th June 2013  Zain, Kuwait’s biggest telecommunications provider, has no intentions of exiting its operations in Sudan and is planning to push ahead with plans to launch into Libya, a company board member told Arabian Business. Sudan accounted for nearly a third of Zain’s customer base and a fifth of group revenue last year, but the country has been  [ Read More ]

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June 2013 Just 18 months after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, the AJ’s sister publication MEED has uncovered that Libya’s transitional government is preparing to relaunch one of the country’s most ambitious schemes aimed at tackling a chronic housing shortage. Once thought to be worth around $40billion, the total cost of the programme could be more than $100billion over  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 25th June 2013  Libya’s oil output levels has climbed back up to 1.3mn bpd, according to the country’s deputy oil minister. National Oil Company (NOC) had said that that crude oil production — which excludes 60,000 barrels a day of condensates output — had fallen below one million bpd amid protests a few weeks earlier. Deputy oil minister Omar  [ Read More ]