Head of Libya's General National Congress (GNC) Mohamed Al-Magariaf, in Tripoli, February 2013
Following recent threats of a “second revolution”, Libya is now more fragile
than ever. Despite the gains of the past two years, the possibility of an
could have seriously undermined the country's new political structures. The new
government has proved singularly unable to move on from the reactive
policy-making of its predecessor, and is struggling to establish itself as a
authoritative institution. Its lack of clout and reactionary measures have the
potential to threaten the country's stability and security, which could prove
problematic for new and existing companies operating in Tripoli and the
Libya Focus is a specialist monthly publication tailored to meet the needs of
IOCs and other foreign investors. Each issue provides an unbiased analytical
perspective on a wide range of political, economic and social issues. Libya
in the throes of difficult decision-making on a host of key issues which will
affect the future of this troubled country.
As foreign companies settle back in Libya they face a completely new operating
environment, with fresh political, security, business and legal challenges.
Focus aims to get to the crux of these issues while also providing subscribers
with a comprehensive analysis of the latest news.
Equally, for foreign companies new to this challenging but lucrative market for
the first time, Libya Focus is a valuable addition to your decision-making
process. Our team of North Africa experts provide both existing and prospective
investors with all they need to know to make well-informed strategic business
Libya Focus is, therefore, critical reading for all foreign companies with a
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