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The recent establishment of the Presidency Council and Government of National Accord in Tripoli, headed by Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, marks a turning point for Libya, and an opportunity for national reconciliation and rebuilding.
Oil prices rose in early trading in Asia on Tuesday as a looming strike in Norway threatened to cut output in western Europe's biggest producer, although Britain's vote to leave the European Union was still weighing on markets.
Highly placed sources at the LPTIC, the holding company that owns all Libyan state telecoms companies, including mobile operators Madar and Libyana, internet service provider LTT and Libya Post have confirmed to Libya Herald that an agreement has been reached to unify the split companies.
Spot gold prices climbed more than 1 percent on Monday as aftershocks from Britain's vote to leave the European Union pushed investors towards the safe-haven asset.
Oil prices dropped on Monday, extending sharp declines after Britain's vote to leave the European Union sparked a sharp selloff in global markets on Friday.
Tripoli, 26.06.2016(Lana) national oil Corporation (NOC) met Al-Mabrouk for Oil Operations. The meeting focused on the review and discussion of a host of Al-Mabrouk for Oil Operations Company activities.
The Tripoli CBL announced that it has received a consignment of LD 300 million of British-printed new bank notes. The money arrived by air today at Mitiga airport.
Oil prices slumped more than 4 percent in Asian trading after results so far from a British referendum on European Union membership showed the "Leave" camp holding a lead.
The General Electricity Company of Libya (GECOL) yesterday announced that the second unit at Zawia Dual Power Station had recommenced operations adding 200 MW to the generation capacity of the country’s network.
Oil prices rose in Asian trading on Thursday, shrugging off a smaller-than-expected decline in U.S. stockpiles, as the market nervously awaited the result of Britain's "Brexit" vote.
In an unexpected response to Benghazi’s mountains of garbage, the municipal council has called on companies involved in recycling to make proposals and offers.
Between now and September, MEDA hopes to have 300 women complete modules in the beta version of the online course, which includes lessons on accounting, marketing, and other business topics. If MEDA is able to secure additional funding, Bramm plans to expand and scale the program in Libya and beyond.
Oil prices rose in early Asian trading on Wednesday, with U.S. crude joining Brent above $50 a barrel after data from the American Petroleum Institute (API) showed a larger than expected draw on stocks.
Tripoli, 21.06.2016(Lana) Hatef Libya Company has announced that passports system at Ras jadier border control restored last night after carrying out maintenance work by the company's engineers and technicians.
Oil prices fell in Asian trade after a strong two-day rally that was fed by easing concerns Britain would leave the European Union after a referendum this week, allowing market participants to focus on supply issues.
Libya’s UN backed unity government is keen on restoring peace and stability in the country. The latest effort is in the form of a humanitarian agreement that was signed on Saturday, in Rome.
Oil extended gains in Asian trading on Monday as a weaker dollar and easing worries over Britain's possible exit from the European Union helped support crude.
The Tripoli-based Central Bank of Libya (CBL) reported today that it had received another shipment totalling LD 250 million of newly-printed money from the UK.
Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., 15 June 2016 – The average costs for electricity generated by solar and wind technologies could decrease by between 26 and 59 per cent by 2025, according to a report released today by the International Renewable Energy Agency
The world’s most prominent oil forecaster, the International Energy Agency, anticipates near-equilibrium between supply and demand in global crude markets next year. If OPEC members can’t resolve some massive output disruptions, that will turn into a significant shortfall.