Various exhibitions are taking place in the week of 20-27 January, spanning the IT and telecoms, education and defence sectors.
Two British business delegations were in Tripoli this week to hold meetings with various Libyan government officials and private-sector businesspeople.
A South Korean delegation has held talks with the Benghazi Local Council to discuss cooperation on strategic development for the city. 
A business delegation organised by the London-based Middle East Association (MEA) was in Tripoli this week, accompanied by government minister Ken Clarke.
A delegation of Libyan businesspeople and government officials have visited northern Italy to meet local companies.
A new management board has been elected for the trade association, which held its AGM in Tripoli this week.
A high-level business delegation from Libya recently visited Morocco to develop commercial ties between the two countries and set up a joint business council.
The Libya Summit, a three-day conference spanning a range of political, economic and cultural issues, is taking place in Tripoli this week.
A planned Libyan-Lebanese Investment Forum, scheduled to take place this week in Tripoli, has been postponed.
Having postponed a September trip due to the attacks in Benghazi, the UK's Middle East Association (MEA) is now planning a Libya trade mission on 2-6 December.
A new association launched by the Italian-Libyan Chamber of Commerce aims to facilitate trade between the two countries and generate opportunities in Libya for Italian firms.
The Libyan-British Business Council (LBBC) has postponed a financial services trade mission due to the delay in the formation of a new Libyan government.
More than 40 companies will be exhibiting at an industrial trade fair which opens today in Tripoli, the organisers told The Libya Report, with exhibitor numbers down on 2010.
The organiser of next week’s construction and building fair in Tripoli says exhibitor numbers are down on 2010, but the event has not been affected by the recent attacks in Benghazi.
A September trade mission organised by the UK's Middle East Association (MEA) has been postponed due to last week's events in Benghazi.