Home north africa business LIBYA Issue dated 23/03/2017 National operator LTT tries to get back its stolen call time According to our information, public sector telecommunications operators LTT (Libyan Telecom and Technology) and LITC (Libyan International Telecom Co) filed [...] (182 words) This article may be accessed by subscribers and e-wallet holders (EUR 6) Log in to read more Already have an account? Log in Keep me logged in Forgot your password? OK Subscribe toAfrica IntelligenceorPay-Per-Article E-wallet starting from 30 EUR Subscribe or Pay-Per-Article Discover our offers Not reader yet?Create an account to access our FREE SECTION A free issue A selection of articles New editions' summaries Keyword notifications to follow people or topics of interest to you A free issue and a selection of free articles Summaries and email notifications Keep me logged in Create a free account Free Articles MOROCCO Business 03/07/2020 ESL & Network lays groundwork for World Bank, IMF gathering in Marrakesh ANGOLA Business 30/06/2020 Lourenço wants to make up for diamond road repair blunder CAMEROON Politics 26/06/2020 Army frustrated over treatment of Israeli-supervised special forces defending Paul Biya's twilight years Access the free section On the same subject LIBYA 26/10/2017 LPTIC loses the track of its stolen call-time in Kenya Libyan Telecom and Technology (LTT) and Libyan International Telecom Co. [...] LIBYA 29/06/2017 LTT to subpoena Hivelocity over telephone call time heist The investigation into the telephone call time theft committed against [...] LIBYA 23/03/2017 Faysel Gergab to get VIP treatment in London from LBBC Faysel Gergab, Tobruk-appointed head of public sector telecommunications group LPTIC [...] Spotlight LIBYA 26/05/2016 Eastern finance chiefs race for the exit Tobruk House of Representatives president Aguila Salah Issa may still be refusing to forge links with the government of Fayez Sarraj but this is not the case for a number of those who are running the eastern camp’s financial institutions. [...] LIBYA 21/04/2016 Curtis replaces King & Spalding in frozen assets quest Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle has scored points in the battle between leading business law firms for official Libyan custom. [...] SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 SPECIAL OFFER 15% OFF your subscription to AfricaIntelligence.com - Region SUBSCRIBE Offer available until 31/07/2020 Previous Next Receive prompts for these topics LIBYA Curtis Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle Jacques Semmelman LAIP LIA LITC LPTIC LTT NOC Telecom Italia Create a freenotification What is a notification?