Tripoli, April 12:
A US Trade and Investment Delegation is to visit both Tripoli and Benghazi from April 21 to 28.
The 18-strong delegation . . .[restrict]is organized by the U.S.-Libya Business Association (www.us-lba.org). It will include some of the largest US companies such as Boeing, ConocoPhillips, Dow Chemicals, ExxonMobil, Hill International, Motorola Solutions and General Electric as well as A-T Solutions and Working Buildings.
The delegation will be in Tripoli between April 21-25 and in Benghazi from April 26 to 28. It will be meeting with senior Libyan and US government officials and emerging Libyan private sector representatives to discuss Libyan priorities in the reconstruction and economic development of the nation.
The USLBA members represent the largest US investors and employers within Libya, in a diverse range of sectors.
Libya’s interim Prime Minister Abdurrahim Al-Kib made a historic visit to the United States where he addressed the US-Libya Business Association at a luncheon in Washington, DC on March 9 with the message that, “the new Libya is open for business”.