Focus Report: What is the trade potential of the Misurata Free Zone?

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With the petrochemicals sector accounting for more than 77% of GDP, industry is at the heart of Libya's recovery and diversification agenda, enabled by the resurgence in international oil prices. As part of efforts to leverage its geostrategic location on the Mediterranean, the Libyan government has implemented a series of economic development projects, one of which is Misurata Free Zone, established in 2000.

The Misurata Free Zones Focus Report: Activity & Expansion is the first in a four-part research series on the zone, and explores the authorities' ongoing efforts to foster an environment that encourages international investment and facilitates trade.

This report includes an interview with Muhsen Sigutri, Chairman, Misurata Free Zone.

Click here to download full report.

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