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Archive for September 6th, 2013

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By: Karen Dabrowska Aug 30th:  Libya’s crude oil exports shrink  to just over 10% of capacity from three ports, out of a possible nine, as armed groups have tighten their grip on the  industry. *Tunisia will set up buffer zones in the south of the country, along the borders with Libya and Algeria, to fight against terrorism. Aug 31st: Chapman  [ Read More ]

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05/09/2013 Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan stated they support the interim Egyptian government’s attempts to provide security and stability in Egypt. Zeidan met with his Egyptian counterpart Hazim al-Biblawi during his first visit to Cairo after the 30th June 2013. Libya will not only support Egypt in bilateral relations, but also in Arab League, UN and international platforms, said a  [ Read More ]

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5th September 2013 The body behind Libya’s desalination programme has restarted work on its pipeline of projects for the first time since the revolution that ousted the Gaddafi regime. The General Desalination Company of Libya (GDCOL) hopes to take on a consultant before the end of the year to provide project supervision and technical studies for a number of facilities.  [ Read More ]

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By Ahmed Elumami Tripoli, 3 September 2013 Thirty candidates have been nominated for the governorship and deputy governorship of the Central Bank of Libya. Among those proposed as governor are Ali Tarhouni, the economy minister in the first post revolution administration led by Mahmoud Jebril under the National Transitional Council. “Sixteen candidates are competing for the governor position and 14  [ Read More ]