The Tripoli and Cairo Chambers of Commerce signed a cooperation protocol last Sunday, the Tripoli Chamber reported.
The protocol was signed at the culmination of the visit made by the Tripoli Chamber’s delegation to Egypt at the invitation of the President of the Cairo Chamber of Commerce.
The Tripoli Chamber said the signing came within the framework of its efforts to support and motivate the Libyan private sector to be a strong and effective contributor to the national economy.
It said the protocol aims to strengthen bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields in order to increase joint trade and investment exchange, exchange experiences and hold direct and virtual bilateral meetings.
It also aims to exchange all data and information that would develop joint commercial and industrial relations, provide all information on the needs of the Libyan and Egyptian markets and the investment opportunities available between them. The two sides also aim to organize bilateral meetings between exporters and importers in the two countries, and establish bilateral partnerships in various fields.