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Sudan plans to open trade crossings with Libya

North Darfur State governor, Sharif Mohamed Abbad confirmed that the border with Libya is secure, in light of the deployment of regular forces and Sudanese swat forces. Abbad, according to the Sudanese Center for Press Services revealed on Friday, of plans for reopening commercial crossings with Libya, pointing to the …

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Algeria has project to produce electricity in Libya

Algeria’s Sonlagaz Group director-general, Mohamed Arkab said Algeria and Libya have a partnership venture to produce electricity in Libya. Arkab explained in response to a question about Sonelgaz’s activities in Libya, according to Akhbar Al-Youm newspaper, the project focuses on the maintenance of electrical equipment, pointing out that Algeria is …

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Libyan Foreign Bank receives Best Bank in Africa honor

 The Libyan Foreign Bank receives the Best Bank in Africa Award in terms of contributions and capital for year 2018.  The Libyan Foreign Bank said on its official page on Sunday, the International Union of Arab Bankers organized the awards ceremony of excellence and achievement of Arab banking in 2018, …

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Dollar Falls after Haftar hands over oil ports to NOC

The exchange rate of the dollar fell on Wednesday against the Libyan dinar in the parallel market after the announcement by the National Oil Corporation (NOC) of receiving the oil ports and the lifting of the status of force majeure. The price of the dollar stood at 6,670 dinars, after …

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Food control rejects shipment of hay coming from Bulgaria

Director of the Food Control Center, Abdelmajid Boulmida said on Wednesday that the Center rejected a shipment of “wheat straw” coming from Bulgaria because of damage it sustained from seawater and moisture. Boulmida said in a statement to ArraedLG that the return of the shipment is not within the jurisdiction …

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