Libyan economic stakeholders discuss business in Malta forum
The Libyan Africa Investment Portfolio and other Libyan economic stakeholders started Monday a business forum in the Maltese capital, Valletta.
The Maltese Economy Minister, Chris Cardona, addressed Tuesday the business networking forum that aims to focus on “Libya’s future potential for business opportunities”.
The event was jointly organized by the Libyan Africa Investment Portfolio and the Libyan Maltese Chamber of Commerce.
The Maltese Economy Minister revealed that the networking forum will be “an annual event”, and will continue to be organized by the two key players, according to Malta Independent Online.
He said that the forum “is designed to promote commercial and business relationships amongst organisations and businesses around the Mediterranean region, through a unique networking forum concept”.
The Maltese Minister also told the Libyan attendees that each event in the long run will centre on one particular topic and in view of the fact that the launch of the Forum this year, will be coinciding with the visit to Malta of a high level delegation from the Libyan British Business Council, the topic of the Forum will revolve around Libya’s future potential for business opportunities.
Malta hopes to promote commercial partnerships amongst business players in the region, enabling the strength, size, market position, expertise and reputation of these organisations to be the unique and huge resource at the disposal of all participants at the forum, the Minister added.
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