GECOL (General Electric Company of Libya) has issued a call [...]
Still in its infancy, Libya's renewable energy sector has become a priority for finance minister Mustafa Mohamed Abufunas and is [...]
Tasked with drawing up a new investment code, Libya’s Privatization and Investment Board (PIB) has retained the services of one [...]
Without waiting for the newly-elected National General Council (NGC) to form a government, London is already planning a business offensive [...]
The National Transition Council’s isn’t keeping its promise to honor all contracts signed before last February’s revolution. The Ministry of [...]
The race is on in London, New York, Dubai and Paris to hire a new generation of Libyan lawyers trained abroad but registered with the Tripoli bar. In recruiting these potential legal eagles - all close to Libya's new government [.
New business networks are taking root in the "new Libya" outside of the traditional channels. On February 18-19, Safe Harbor [...]
The unfreezing of assets doesn’t necessarily mean that everyone’s back in business. Companies that hoped to resume operating in Libya with the payment of billions of dollars that Libya salted away abroad (MC 998) are going to have to wait [.
Despite France's active role in toppling Muammar Gaddafi, French firms are going to encounter an ever-tougher business environment in Libya [...]
After a "warm-up" visit on Oct. 12, France's junior minister for foreign trade, Pierre Lellouche, will return to Tripoli in November in advance of a delegation from Medef, the French employers federation, in January. His aim will be to harden [.