Libya looks to Europe for trade revival

George, Alan
June 1999
Middle East;Jun99, Issue 291, p8
Reports about the organization of Libyan-Belgian Chamber of Commerce and its aspirations of expanding the trade relations between Europe and Libya, and eventually with the United States and Great Britain. Effect of the suspension of United Nations sanctions to trade; Trade missions to Tripoli to explore opportunities; Implications of the bilateral trade embargo imposed by the US.


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