Salim Abukhzaam Examines Libya’s Business Prospects in International Banker

Posted on 13/04/2021

Trade Finance

Having long presented a complex and closed business environment, recent political and economic developments in Libya look set to pave the way for greater foreign participation in the country; a boon for both Libya’s economy, and foreign businesses seeking to harness all that the country has to offer by way of commercial potential.

A decade after the fall of the Gaddafi regime, Salim Abukhzaam, Head of Libya at BACB, examines the latest progress in the country and the opportunities in store as the peace process develops.

Read the full article on International Banker.


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