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Finance Ministers discuss Libya’s Challenges

By Adam Nathan. The Libyan Minister of Finance Dr. Osama Hammad participated Thursday in Malta in launching the meeting of the finance ministers of the Group 5 + 5 for the countries of the Mediterranean Basin on the economy and finance. The second meeting, which takes place two months after the first meeting held on […]

Developing Local Healthcare Services in Libya

Portuguese city leads ARLEM-backed effort to develop local health-care services in Libya The Portuguese city of Vila Real de Santo António organised a set of workshops, debates and study visits on health care services on 1-3 September for 12 Libyan experts and politicians in response to a call for support that Libyan mayors channelled through […]

Cabinet OKs Airport Maintenance Contracts

Libya Herald reports that the cabinet has approved the Civil Aviation Authority‘s proposals for major maintenance work at Tripoli International Airport and Sebha Airport. The work will be carried out by Tripoli’s Africa Engineering Company and by Brazilian contractor Odebrecht. Odebrecht originally won the project at the capital’s airport in 2007 as part of a […]

Aman Bank Expands Operations

Aman Bank is looking to increase its workforce in Libya, according to a report from Libya Herald. In addition to expanding its network  of 23 branches and ten mobile branches, for which it will appoint new managers, the bank is also advertising for jobs in areas including anti-money laundering and compliance, to ensure that bank’s […]

Aman Bank Removed from Blacklist

Libya’s Aman Bank has been removed from the National Transition Council’s blacklist, which removes the danger of it being taken over and administered by the state, reports Libya Herald. The bank argued that it had not been been an associate of the Qaddafi regime nor had it been a business entity that was “inextricably linked” […]