The Italian-Libyan Economic Forum, organised by the Italian Libyan Business Development Association (ILBDA), closed yesterday in Tunis on a high note with the announcement of future forums in the coming months as well as public/private partnerships and new projects. None, though, were disclosed.The two-day forum brought together businesses, public sector and civil society actors to explore new ways forward to kick start the Libyan economy. Day 1 on 7 June, consisted of panel sessions while Day 2 saw rounds of business meetings. Some of these are reported to have forged important public.private partnerships, notably in the energy and construction sectors.
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