Business Culture

Nageh, Hakim
January 2004
Doing Business with Libya;2004, p37
The article focuses on the business culture in Libya. Trading was considered the first commercial activity in the country, with the Gannant people trading with their African neighbors, the Egyptians and later the Romans. Later, oil fields were discovered and the country developed its oil sector. With the need to reduce its dependence on oil, the idea to concentrate on cultural tourism sprang up. Small family enterprises is thriving in the country. As such, business depends on friendship and interpersonal relations.


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