Tripoli, 2 July 2013:
The postponed FDI Libya 2013 conference will now take place on the 17-18 of September this year, in . . .[restrict]the UK capital.
The two-day gathering will look at a range of sectors and consider how and where foreign direct investment could play a role. Day One will focus on economic diversification and opportunities for investment, as well as Libya’s energy sector and major infrastructure investment. Day Two will include sessions on the changing face of construction, education and healthcare reform and transformation.
“We are now working with top level officials in Libya towards a groundbreaking conference,” said organisers Pace Group. It added that it was firmly committed to continuing to work with the Libyan Government.
FDI Libya 2013 was originally due to take place in May, but was postponed until September at the request of Libya’s Ministry of Economy. Last month UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) hosted a roundtable event in the lead-up to the September conference. One speaker, member of the General National Congress (GNC) Mohammed Ali Abdallah, said that partners who were prepared to travel the journey with Libya would be the ones who would reap the most rewards.
“Those who were with us along the way are the ones we’ll look to,” Abdallah said.
For more information see: www.fdilibya.com
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