The Libyan Post, Telecoms and IT Holding Company (LPTIC) will offer products from the Tripoli-based International Insurance Company at 50 post offices nationwide.
The two countries have agreed to set up a joint chamber of commerce to help facilitate trade.
Libya is set to host the seventh edition of the conference next summer, with the event aiming to support small and medium-sized industrial enterprises in the Arab region.
The Libyan-British Business Council (LBBC) told the Libya Monitor it has delayed its financial services roundtable, originally scheduled in to be held in December in Tripoli, partly due to security concerns.
The Turkish organiser of a construction trade fair scheduled to take place in Tripoli next month has cancelled this year's event, citing what it described as the "terrible security situation".
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The follow-up to last year’s Enterprise Award began in Tripoli on 15 September, with a total of LD125,000 ($100,000) on offer for winning entrants.
The Libya Report spoke to the organiser of the Startup Weekend Tripoli II about this year’s event, which invites young entrepreneurs to develop IT business ideas.
The government has approved a decision to change the managment of the General Board of Fairs (GBF), the state-owned body which organises trade shows in Libya.
The Middle East Association (MEA), a London-based trade group, plans to take two business delegations to Libya in September and November.
A delegation of businesspeople from Istanbul recently visited the north-east town of Al Bayda for talks on the environmental, healthcare and education sectors.
The four-day Libyan International Furniture Exhibition opens today at Tripoli International Fairground, with over 50 exhibitors taking part.
A trade fair focussing on the building materials industry is planned for 9-12 September, with organisers telling The Libya Report they expect some 65 international exhibitors.
Libya Build 2013, the country's largest-ever trade fair, is hosting record numbers for the week-long construction exhibition.
FDI Libya, a conference scheduled to be held in London later this month, has been postponed at the request of the Ministry of Economy due to the current political situation.