By Sami Zaptia.
London, 9 March 2021:
The Tripoli Chamber of Commerce announced yesterday that it will participate in the Tunisian-Libyan Economic Forum on 11 March in the city of Sfax.
The event is organized by the Tunisian-African Business Council and more than 200 Tunisian and 100 Libyan business leaders will participate in it. They will be from the construction, trade, industry and services sectors.
The Tripoli Chamber reported that a number of ministers, deputy ministers, heads of government institutions and heads of chambers of commerce from various Libyan regions will also be present.
The forum, which will convene under the slogan “We meet hope and challenge to build an integrated economy,” will address a number of problems and difficulties facing businesses in the two countries and impede partnership relations, including the transport sector, logistical support, cash situations, flexibility of banking sector services with institutions and facilitation procedures by the concerned official institutions.