Some 550 agreements inked between Libya and Tunisia during the “Made in Libya” exhibition

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Executive Director of the Federation of Libyan Industry, Ali Nasir, confirmed the signing of more than 550 joint industrial agreements between Libya and Tunisia at the conclusion of the “Made in Libya” exhibition in Tunisia, Libya Observer reports.

Nasir added that these agreements aim to open up prospects for exchange and cooperation between the joint commercial and industrial organizations between both countries working in conjunction with a view to entering African markets and taking advantage of the available opportunities and capabilities that exist therein.

He indicated that 13 joint recommendations were concurred upon, particularly the inclusion of the “Made in Libya” exhibition, throughout the periodic exhibitions programmed yearly in Tunisia, and the exchange of data and information, which includes experience and technical assistance in the field of industry and various related fields of relevance to all countries involved.


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