By Sami Zaptia.
London, 15 October 2021:
Field survey teams from the Privatization and Investment Board (PIB) set out to the various municipalities of Tawergha, Zawia Central, Western Zawia, Dhaher al-Jabal, Aziziya, Maamoura, Nasiriyah, Amriya, Zahra and Maya on Wednesday as part of Libya’s Investment Map project.
The Ministry of Economy Investment Map project aims to survey the whole country identifying unique local attributes and economic advantages to create a nationwide map of investment opportunities.
The PIB reported that the survey teams made an introductory presentation of the PIB and the Investment Map project and handed over investment opportunities forms to the municipalities to fill out with the necessary data.
The team that visited the municipality of Dhaher al-Jabal, for example, conducted a field survey during which the locations of some investment opportunities were identified, while the rest of the teams opened channels of communication with the rest of the municipalities, waiting for them to be provided with investment opportunity forms.
The PIB reported that the municipalities welcomed this national project, expressing their desire to fully cooperate with these teams, praising the efforts of the authority in this regard.
The Ministry of Economy plans to use the data from the Investment Map survey to based its future investment decisions for both local and international investors.