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#Government #Libya #News – General Electricity and Libyan Fund for Internal Investment sign an agreement to finance power generation projects

On Wednesday, the General Electricity Company and the Libyan Fund for Internal Investment signed an agreement in #Tripoli, to finance projects for the construction and maintenance of power plants with a total capacity of more than 2000 MW, in the western and eastern regions of #Tripoli, #Misrata and #Tobruk. The …

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#Government #Libya #News – UN envoy Ghassan Salame and Minister of Finance Osama Hammad discuss ways to solve the problems of the Ministry

On Wednesday, UN envoy Ghassan Salame discussed with the Minister of Finance of the Government of National Accord, Osama Hammad, and other officials in #Tripoli the problems facing the ministry and restrictions hindering the national economy. The attendees discussed ways to solve issues related to the state’s fiscal policy.   …

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Economy Libya News – Central Bank of Libya in Albayda allocates 40 million dinars to the banks of the south The Central Bank of Libya in Albayda City announced on Tuesday, that it has allocated 40 million Libyan dinars to the branches of commercial banks in the southern region.

Economy Libya News – Central Bank of Libya in Albayda allocates 40 million dinars to the banks of the south The Central Bank of Libya in Albayda City announced on Tuesday, that it has allocated 40 million Libyan dinars to the branches of commercial banks in the southern region. According …

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Economy Libya News – Crisis Committee Naser Creo: Libya’s lack of budget prevented the maintenance of sewage pumps The head of the crisis committee in the municipality of Tripoli, Naser Creo, announced that the lack of investment in the water and sewage systems resulted in a malfunction in the pumps responsible for discharging wastewater into the sea.

Economy Libya News – Crisis Committee Naser Creo: Libya’s lack of budget prevented the maintenance of sewage pumps The head of the crisis committee in the municipality of Tripoli, Naser Creo, announced that the lack of investment in the water and sewage systems resulted in a malfunction in the pumps …

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