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Archive for July 25th, 2013

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By Ghaith Shennib and Marie-Louise Gumuchian TRIPOLI | Thu Jul 25, 2013 Unidentified assailants fired a rocket-propelled grenade at the United Arab Emirates embassy compound in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Thursday, the latest in a series of attacks on foreign targets in the North African country. Security sources said the attackers drove up to the compound, which houses both  [ Read More ]

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By Camilla Hall July 24, 2013 A draft law governing foreign companies in Libya is more restrictive than rules in place before the ousting of Muammer Gaddafi nearly two years ago, warn lawyers who have seen the latest version. The law, which requires approval by parliament, is a litmus test for international investors who are still trying to gauge whether  [ Read More ]

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By Sami Zaptia. Tripoli, 24 July 2013 The US embassy iftar (breaking fast) meal organized Tuesday evening at an events hall in Al-Dul Street in Ben Ashour continued, despite the security scare. Guests arriving were informed at the entrance that neither the new US ambassador Deborah K. Jones nor any US citizens working at the embassy would be attending the  [ Read More ]

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24/07/2013 Libya and Morocco have signed a partnership and cooperation agreement, aimed at strengthening trade, including export and import, between the two countries. In a statement, the organisation in charge of exports in Morocco, Maroc Exportation, said that the agreement, signed between ”Maroc Exportation” and the Libyan ”Centre for the development of exports”, followed the international trade fair held during  [ Read More ]