By Taher Zaroog.
Misrata, 4 February . . .[restrict]2014:
A group of Tunisian businessmen were this week in Misrata to investigate the potential for business and setting up operations there. They were accompanied by Tunisia’s ambassador to Libya, Redha Bukadi, and a delegation that included the Embassy’s Commercial Attaché, Lutfi Shalli, and the Foreign Affairs Attaché in charge of Economic Matters, Fareed Almashriqi.
The group was received by the President, the General Manager and members of the local Libyan Businessmen Council. It visited Misrata Free Zone where it was briefed on how it operates as well and the facilities and privileges granted by the Free Zone to investors.
The delegation also visited the industrial zone and in particular private sector factories in the field of paints and coatings. During the visit, a number of potential investments as well as aspects of cooperation, trade exchange and ways to strengthen economic ties were discussed. [/restrict]