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Libya air traffic controller strike snarls travel

Libya’s air traffic controllers staged a strike on Tuesday that affected flights in the capital and other cities, forcing one passenger plane to be diverted shortly before landing, aviation officials said. Air traffic controllers walked off their jobs on Tuesday morning because they were unhappy about the appointment of new management, an aviation source said. […]

Digicel, Part of Consortium to Take Over Libyan LAP GreenN

It emerged Friday that Digicel mobile group is now a part of a consortium proposing to pay $270 million (€204 million) for a majority stake in LAP GreenN, a mobile network owned by a Libyan state investment fund that was established in Africa in 2006. A report in The Irish Times indicated Saturday, that Centamon, […]

Finnish companies vying for new contracts in Libya

Libya, an oil-rich nation that recently got out of international isolation, is again hoping to attract Finnish companies to trade with the country. Paula Lehtomäki (Centre), Finland’s Minister for Foreign Trade and Development, is set to take representatives of more than 20 Finnish companies on an export promotion tour of Libya and Algeria during the weekend. […]