Tag Archives | Libyan British Business Council

LBBC Postpones Trade Mission

The Libyan British Business Council (LBBC) has reportedly postponed its December finance delegation to Tripoli, due to timing problems and concerns about the current security situation in the capital. The Director General of LBBC Robin Lamb told Libya Herald: “We remain committed to organising the event, which will benefit both Libyan and UK participants.” The […]

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 […]

British Trade Mission Postponed

According to a report from the Libya Herald, the Libyan British Business Council (LBBC) has postponed its business mission to Tripoli which was supposed to take place from 12th to 16th May. The LBBC told Libya Herald: “The advice we received from all our Libyan official contacts was that now was not a good time […]

LBBC Delegation Visits Tripoli

The Libyan British Business Council (LBBC) is currently bringing a trade delegation to Tripoli. Led by LBBC Chairman the Rt Hon the Lord Trefgarne (pictured), the delegation includes 19 companies in the fields of aeronautics, investment, banking, real estate, legal, project management, engineering, architecture, design, accountancy, oil and gas, media, and logistics. The organisation's website says: […]

Libya Open for Business

Libya has declared itself open for business. A conference in London next week will promote Libya as an investment opportunity for British business. Billed as a sequel to a similar initiative in September, the conference aims to capitalize on the expectation that the new government of Prime Minister Abdel Rahim El-Keib will be favourably disposed […]