Libya seeks to increase trade volume with South Korea

Libya seeks to expand trade with South Korea

Libya has expressed its aspiration to increase the volume of cooperation with South Korea, especially in the areas of infrastructure development, construction, technology, and communications.

A delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Ramadan Abu Jinnah has participated in a forum to enhance economic cooperation between Libya, Tunisia, and South Korea.

The event took place on the sidelines of the International Conference on Financing Investment and Trade in Africa, held in Tunisia.

The forum, which included entrepreneurs and representatives of several South Korean companies, reviewed pathways and opportunities to enhance trade exchange between the three countries.

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