The Foreign Investment Environment: Economy, Banking and Priority Sectors

Duncanson, Geoff
January 2004
Doing Business with Libya;2004, p91
The article focuses on the foreign investment market in Libya. The country offers investment potentials. For one thing, the domestic banking is excellent and growing. Libyan customers could be sold life insurance and saving products. With regards to the primary sector, hydrocarbons cannot be ignored. There is also a demand for water supply. There is also a great market for home and electronic products. Construction services are also in demand.


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