Tripoli, 12 September 2013:
London’s forthcoming FDI Libya conference will be led by Prime Minister Ali Zeidan, organisers of the event have . . .[restrict]confirmed.
Pace Group and Dar al Arab have said that FDI Libya is an “unprecedented opportunity to learn first-hand from the Libyan government” where opportunities for investment lie.
The event will bring international businesses and investors together with senior Libyan government officials, to gain insight into sectors needing project work and investment. It will also open a window onto the government’s future schemes.
The organisers said that the Libyan government has ambitious plans and is expected to invest $140 billion in projects over the next decade. It added that foreign investment was needed now more than ever, especially in the area of offering expertise.
The two-day event will include separate sessions on healthcare, education, infrastructure and energy. Each of these will be headed by a high-profile panel of speakers, including heads of ministries, organisers said, and will also address policies on international collaboration.
FDI Libya runs from 17-18 September. For more information, see: http://www.fdilibya.com [/restrict]