2013 October 28 : Libyan Embassy – London
Monday, August 20, 2018
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Archive for October 28th, 2013

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By Ulf Laessing TRIPOLI | Sat Oct 26 U.S. firm Marathon Oil (MRO.N) will continue operating in Libya after giving up plans to sell its stake in Waha Oil Company, Oil Minister Abdelbari Arusi said on Saturday. Two years of turmoil after the overthrow of leader Muammar Gaddafi, as well as tough contract terms, have prompted oil companies to reassess  [ Read More ]

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By Ashraf Abdul Wahab Tripoli, 26 October 2013 Major maintenance work on Tripoli International and Sebha airports has been given cabinet approval. Proposals from the Libyan Civil Aviation Authority for the project by Tripoli’s Africa Engineering Company at Sebha International and by Brazilian contractor Odebrecht at Tripoli International were both given the go-ahead. Odebrecht originally won the project at the  [ Read More ]

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By Tom Westcott Tripoli, 26 October 2013 The first ever Libya International Fair for Dates and Associated Industries opened today in Tripoli, with growers and sellers from around the country showcasing dates and date products. The five-day fair features four halls, each dedicated to a particular date-growing region – Ghadames, Fezzan, Jufrah and Aluahat, many with local themes, decoration and  [ Read More ]

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By Ulf Laessing TRIPOLI, Oct 28 Libya is considering the sale of a steel plant and eight other state companies as part of efforts to overhaul an inefficient industrial sector, a government minister said. Outside its wealthy oil sector, Libya’s economy is hampered by inefficiency, a lack of private capital and bureaucracy, the legacy of decades of state control during  [ Read More ]