Libya to activate stalled housing projects through local companies

By Sami Zaptia.

London, 11 October 2018:

Libya's Tripoli-based government has revealed that it will activate its stalled housing projects using local companies, as part of its new economic reform plan.

The revelation came from Ahmed Maetig, deputy head of Libya's internationally-recognized  Presidency Council (PC), during a Tripoli forum on the government's new economic reform plan on Tuesday.

Maetig stressed the importance of the economic reforms and the initial phases centred around the imposition of a tax/levy on the sale of foreign currency for private use.

This policy is hoped . . .

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