A September trade mission organised by the UK's Middle East Association (MEA) has been postponed due to last week's events in Benghazi.
The Lebanese government says it plans to organise a joint investment forum in Tripoli this November, as relations between the two countries begin to warm.
The Misrata Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture has been restructured to also cover Tawergha and Bani Walid, and will be run by a temporary committee.
The Ministry of Economy and Trade has issued a decision to set up a Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture in the town of Zliten.
Canada's Trade Commissioner Service will organise a regional trade mission to the Middle East and North Africa in early October, taking in Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Libya.
The UK-based Middle East Association (MEA) plans to organise a multi-sector trade mission to Tripoli in mid-September.
A delegation of businesspeople from Misrata, Libya's third-largest city, visited Malta this week to hold meetings with trade associations, unions and Maltese companies.
A delegation of Libyan officials visited Helsinki in June to attend a seminar on commercial ties between Finnish and Libyan companies.
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry will lead a trade visit for UAE companies seeking opportunities in Libya, according to a senior official speaking at a Libya conference in Dubai this week.
During its trade visit to Libya this week the US-Arab Chamber of Commerce (NUSACC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Benghazi Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture.
The trade association organised a five-day visit to Tripoli, Benghazi and Misrata as part of its 'Greenfield Trade and Investment Mission' to Libya and Tunisia.
The European External Action Service (EEAS) has reportedly cancelled a contract with G4S after the UK-based private security firm failed to obtain the requisite permissions from the Libyan government.
The Italian Trade Commission (ICE) says that Italy will be the most-represented country at the Libya Build trade fair in Tripoli next week.
According to the ItalAfrica Centrale Chamber of Commerce, an Italian trade body, some 14 Italian firms will participate in next week's Libya Build construction fair in Tripoli. 
UK-based firm G4S has won a controversial €10m ($12.9m) contract to provide bodyguards and building security services to the EU's delegations in Tripoli and Benghazi.