Libyan Stock Market reopens after 9 years

Tripoli, Dec. 25 (BNA): The stock trading in the Libyan Stock Market reopened in Tripoli and Benghazi after it stopped nine years ago.


Abdulhamid Al Dabaiba, Prime Minister of the National Unity Government of Libya, said that the return of work within the stock market contributes to alleviating the burdens on the state’s economy after overcoming the difficulties that the market suffered in recent years, which caused it to stop.


The prime minister added that the government will provide full support so that the stock market can perform its duties as it should, and to be in the ranks of global markets, according to the Libyan News Agency.







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