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11 December 2015 |
Peter Matay
There was a noticeable and positive buzz amongst delegates attending a business networking evening in Malta last week entitled ‘The Past, Present and Future of Malta - Libya Business Relations’. Continue
12 August 2015 |
Peter Matay
Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (“LAP”) in the High Court, London. CMS carried out management services for LAP in 2009/10. In August 2010, LAP lawfully ended the engagement, disappointed with Continue
17 March 2015 |
Peter Matay
Indian engineer giant Punj Lloyd recently signed a half-billion dollar deal for large-scale infrastructure construction in Zliten. Continue
30 June 2014 |
Jacques Yétérian
  Libya Top Stories Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (LAP) Focusing on Developing Human Resources Continue
19 May 2014 |
Peter Matay
Libya Top Stories Executive Profile: Ahmed A. Kashadah leads the transformation of LAP, the largest Libyan African investment fund Continue
30 April 2014 |
Isslam Moubarak
Libya Top Stories Doing business in Libya: General business outlook Part of the Libyan business picture involves—among others—abound investments, with the state-owned Libya Africa Continue
23 September 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Libyan Foreign Relations: Making Friends amid growing Pains With the establishment of first the National Transitional Council; the election of its successor, the General Continue
27 August 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Jumhouria Bank: Helping to finance the reconstruction of Libya "It is the largest bank in Libya with a large volume of assets and good profits especially for the potential Continue
29 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Al Waddan Hotel: Tripoli uses the historical past to help create a new future "Europeans would find no better place only an hour or an hour and a half away to come to than Continue
08 July 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Libya Top Stories Libyan economy making slow but steady strides under new government amid political and security threats Particularly after years of dictatorial control that wasted billions in Continue
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11 December 2015 |
Peter Matay
There was a noticeable and positive buzz amongst delegates attending a business networking evening in Malta last week entitled ‘The Past, Present and Future of Malta - Libya Business Relations’. Continue
12 August 2015 |
Peter Matay
Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (“LAP”) in the High Court, London. CMS carried out management services for LAP in 2009/10. In August 2010, LAP lawfully ended the engagement, disappointed with Continue
17 March 2015 |
Peter Matay
Indian engineer giant Punj Lloyd recently signed a half-billion dollar deal for large-scale infrastructure construction in Zliten. Continue
30 June 2014 |
Jacques Yétérian
  Libya Top Stories Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (LAP) Focusing on Developing Human Resources Continue
19 May 2014 |
Peter Matay
Libya Top Stories Executive Profile: Ahmed A. Kashadah leads the transformation of LAP, the largest Libyan African investment fund Continue
30 April 2014 |
Isslam Moubarak
Libya Top Stories Doing business in Libya: General business outlook Part of the Libyan business picture involves—among others—abound investments, with the state-owned Libya Africa Continue
23 September 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Libyan Foreign Relations: Making Friends amid growing Pains With the establishment of first the National Transitional Council; the election of its successor, the General Continue
27 August 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Jumhouria Bank: Helping to finance the reconstruction of Libya "It is the largest bank in Libya with a large volume of assets and good profits especially for the potential Continue
29 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Al Waddan Hotel: Tripoli uses the historical past to help create a new future "Europeans would find no better place only an hour or an hour and a half away to come to than Continue
08 July 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Libya Top Stories Libyan economy making slow but steady strides under new government amid political and security threats Particularly after years of dictatorial control that wasted billions in Continue
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11 December 2015 |
Peter Matay
There was a noticeable and positive buzz amongst delegates attending a business networking evening in Malta last week entitled ‘The Past, Present and Future of Malta - Libya Business Relations’. Continue
12 August 2015 |
Peter Matay
Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (“LAP”) in the High Court, London. CMS carried out management services for LAP in 2009/10. In August 2010, LAP lawfully ended the engagement, disappointed with Continue
17 March 2015 |
Peter Matay
Indian engineer giant Punj Lloyd recently signed a half-billion dollar deal for large-scale infrastructure construction in Zliten. Continue
30 June 2014 |
Jacques Yétérian
  Libya Top Stories Libya Africa Investment Portfolio (LAP) Focusing on Developing Human Resources Continue
19 May 2014 |
Peter Matay
Libya Top Stories Executive Profile: Ahmed A. Kashadah leads the transformation of LAP, the largest Libyan African investment fund Continue
30 April 2014 |
Isslam Moubarak
Libya Top Stories Doing business in Libya: General business outlook Part of the Libyan business picture involves—among others—abound investments, with the state-owned Libya Africa Continue
23 September 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Libyan Foreign Relations: Making Friends amid growing Pains With the establishment of first the National Transitional Council; the election of its successor, the General Continue
27 August 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Jumhouria Bank: Helping to finance the reconstruction of Libya "It is the largest bank in Libya with a large volume of assets and good profits especially for the potential Continue
29 July 2013 |
Ben Novak
Libya Top Stories Al Waddan Hotel: Tripoli uses the historical past to help create a new future "Europeans would find no better place only an hour or an hour and a half away to come to than Continue
08 July 2013 |
Jacques Yétérian
Libya Top Stories Libyan economy making slow but steady strides under new government amid political and security threats Particularly after years of dictatorial control that wasted billions in Continue
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