Country Conditions

January 2012
Political Risk Yearbook: Libya Country Report;2012, Special section p1
Country Report
The article discusses economic and political conditions in Libya and the climate for investment and trade in 2011. The extent of the country's openness to foreign investment is explained. The effects of corruption and other bureaucratic obstacles are examined. Information is provided on the country's international agreements.


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