Tripoli, 19 April 2013:
The Middle East Association (MEA) and British Expertise are bringing their third trade mission in the last six . . .[restrict]months to Tripoli.
Coinciding with the Infrastructure Libya and Oil and Gas Libya trade fairs at Tripoli International Fairground, a wide range of sectors will be represented, including shipping and logistics, construction and oilfield equipment, and medical and legal services.
The six-day mission, arranged by the British Embassy in Tripoli, will include visits to ministries and other government organisations, and a networking reception at the British Embassy.
“Our trade missions to Libya have received a very warm welcome,” said MEA director general, Matthew Smith, “I have been struck by the high level of goodwill towards the UK and British companies.”
MEA said that its trade missions are for: “British companies to explore opportunities, establish business relations and gain access to Libyan decision-makers at a crucial stage in the country’s development.”
MEA is a UK business forum focused on promoting trade and relations with the Middle East and North Africa. British Expertise offers UK companies international professional services.
The MEA trade mission will run from 21 to 26 April.
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