The Minister of Economy reviews the SSF’s role in revitalising Libya’s economy

GNU's Minister of Economy held an extensive meeting to address the role of the Social Security Fund in reviving the country's struggling economy during and post Covid-19

Libya’s economy has been struggling for years due to continued conflicts, inflation rates, devalution of the dinar earlier this year and the continued effects of Covid-19 on the economy. [Photo: MoE]

During an extensive meeting at the Ministry’s headquarters in Tripoli, the Minister of Economy and Trade of the Government of National Unity, Mohamed Al – Hawaij, addressed the progress of the work of the Social Security Fund (SSF) and the role it may play in revitalizing trade and investment.

During his meeting with the Under-Secretaries of the Ministries of Economy, Trade, Labour, Rehabilitation, Planning, and Local Government, he emphasized the importance of the Fund’s contribution to the development of micro and medium-sized enterprises, highlighting how it will benefit the domestic economy and promote trade and investment industries.

Earlier this week, Al-Hawaij was engaged in Libya’s e-commerce business in Tripoli, which included a number of prominent digital economy businesses as well as developing enterprises.

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