Libya

December 23, 2001

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The Inter-Arab Investment Guarantee Corporation recently announced five new investment projects in Libya, reported Al-Hayat. The corporation requested various Arab investment associations to participa

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The Sudanese Central Bank has recently issued a request for firms dealing with European currencies to complete the transition into Euro currency transactions only. The bank demanded the termination of

December 22, 2001

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A Libyan court postponed its verdict Saturday in the case of six Bulgarians and a Palestinian, all doctors and nurses, charged with murdering children

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The Palestinian Authority and Hamas have reached an understanding regarding the issue of a Hamas leader, Dr. Abdel Aziz al Rantissi.

December 19, 2001

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The Libyan President Mu'ammar al-Qaddafi has exchanged views by phone with the President of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan al-Nahyan

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Syria discussed the crisis in the Middle East with Saudi Arabia, Lebanon and the Arab League, the day before a scheduled Arab League meeting on the cr

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Bulgarian Foreign Minister is due in Libya ahead of a ruling in the trial of six Bulgarian medics charged with infecting hundreds of children with the

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UAE President Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan has granted $100 million for Egypt's Toshka water project.

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Libyan tire market sources confirmed that domestic sales are currently suffering from a recession. Local tire vendors urged authorities to immediately issue necessary laws and legislation in order to

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The value of commerce between Egypt and COMESA countries hit to $75.1 million in the first quarter of 2001, up from $58.6 million in the first quarter of the same year, a 28 percent growth, Al-Ahram

December 9, 2001

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Egypt, Libya and Tunis will be linked together by the railway, which Libya has launched its construction tender to enhance its economy and trade ties

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Libya has launched the construction of its first train links, a Libyan official announced. The project consists of linking the western border with Tunisia to the eastern border with Egypt, with anothe

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Saudi Arabia's larger than expected budget deficits for 2001 and 2002 as a result of a slide in crude revenues may act as a stimulant to quicken the pace of reform and privatisation in the oil-depende

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Libya has rescheduled its tender for the purchase of white sugar until January 2002. Libyan officials have refrained from offering an explanation for the change of plans. The tender was initially issu

December 3, 2001

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Yemen's ambassador to Libya on Sunday met with the general manager of the Libya News Agency to discuss closer cooperation between the state-run agenci