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LBBC to hold Conference in Tunis in November

The Libyan British Business Council (LBBC) has announced that it will be taking a business delegation to Tunis again this year – from Monday 18 to Thursday 21 November, 2019. This follows on from last year’s very successful trade and investment mission, when it took over 60 representatives from 36 member companies to Tunis to […]

UK Trade Mission visits AGOCO

By John Lee. A trade mission organised by the UK’s Middle East Association (MEA) has met with the senior management of Libya’s Arabian Gulf Oil Company (AGOCO) in Benghazi, including Chairman Mohamed Shatwan. The meeting included discussions on environmental issues, training, the availability of UK visas, and the supply of materials and equipment. Among the […]

“Reverse Trade Mission” to Silicon Valley

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) will host Libya’s Minister of Communications as well as nine other Libyan ICT sector officials on a visit to the United States to participate in the Internet Data Center Reverse Trade Mission (RTM). This RTM will provide an opportunity for the public and private sector delegates to become […]

Turkish Business Looks to Zliten

A business delegation from the Turkish city of Bursa was in Zliten this week to look at possible cooperation. The Mayor of Bursa, together with a representative of the Turkish Parliament and a member of the Turkish Chamber of Commerce and a number of Turkish investors met with Makhzoum Abu-Senina and Emhemed Ahmadi, members of […]

MEA Trade Mission to Libya

The UK’s Middle East Association (MEA) will be leading a trade mission to Tripoli from 6th to 10th October. The MEA will be leading its fourth trade mission to Tripoli in nine months, and may include a trip to Misrata, as appetite from UK companies looking into the Libyan market grows. This mission will look […]

British Trade Mission Visits Tripoli

A trade mission organised by the Libya-British Business Council (LBBC) has been in Tripoli for meetings with Libyan officials and businessmen. The 10 companies, led by former British Ambassador in Tripoli, Sir Dominic Asquith, included international lawyers Clyde and Co., and Salamanca Risk Management which has been involved in the country since the revolution. Also […]

Italian Delegation Visits Tripoli

A delegation of eight Italian companies from the city of Padua (Padova) is visiting Tripoli from 21th to 24th of September, reports Libya Herald. The trade mission is a joint initiative of the Italian Trade Commission, the Trade Section of the Embassy of Italy in Libya, and Padova Promex, the operational branch of Padova Chamber […]

UK’s MEA Announces New Trade Mission

Despite localised incidents, business in Libya is gathering momentum as the country looks to appoint a new President and work on a new constitution. The UK’s Middle East Association (MEA) will be leading a trade mission to Tripoli from 6th – 10th October. The MEA will be leading its fourth trade mission to Tripoli in […]