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Tripoli, Deputy President of Presidency Council said Libya is geared towards new investment projects without reliance on state budget. In a speech at Libyan-British gathering in Tunis, Amitiq said presence of officials from energy and communications sector would have impact in reviving Libyan economy. He pointed out to the importance of investment in oil sector and increasing production capacity for their benefit to development programmes.
Source: Libya News Agency