Appendix 2: Law No. 5 For Year 1426 (1997) Concerning Encouragement of Foreign Capital Investment: Issued by The General People's Congress

January 2004
Doing Business with Libya;2004, p187
The article presents information on the foreign capital investment law in Libya.


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