Libyan oil revenues up LD 2.6 bn on projections from January to end of August

By Sami Zaptia.

London, 12 September 2019:

Libya’s oil revenues were up by LD 2.6 bn on budget projections, from LD 17.6 bn to LD 20.2 bn for the period 1/1/2019 to 30/8/19, the Tripoli Central Bank of Libya (CBL) reported in its latest bulletin released on Monday.

Revenues from tax, customs, telecommunications, CBL profits, sales on local fuel and other non-oil revenue were all down. Despite this, overall revenues were still up by LD 1.1 bn from projected LD 10.5 bn TO LD 14.9 bn.

Revenues from . . .

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