A trade conference to be held on 7-8 May in Benghazi has been postponed until June, according to an official from Libya's Ministry of Industry.
A meeting of the Tunisian Confederation of Citizen Enterprises (CONECT) called on Libyan companies to invest in Tunisia across areas including food, construction, furniture, pharmaceuticals, financial services, IT and telecommunications.
Business delegations from Denmark and South Korea visited Tripoli this week, soon after similar groups from the UK, the US and Malta.
A Libyan business delegation visited Cairo earlier this month to promote a package of infrastructure projects, worth an estimated $3bn, to Egyptian companies.
Trade delegations from the US, the UK and Malta have all visited Libya in recent weeks as foreign companies seek to make inroads into the new-look Libyan market.
The third Libyan-Italian Infrastructure, Machinery and Technology Exhibition was held in Tripoli on 13-17 December to help showcase and bring together infrastructure, industry and official government representatives from both countries, the Jamahiriya News Agency (JANA) reported.
The German Manufacturing Technology Exhibition for Oil and Gas, Petrochemicals, Water and Cement took place at the Rixos Hotel in Tripoli on 5-7 December, Al Shams reported.
A trade delegation from Taiwan visited Tripoli on 21 November to hold a series of meetings with Libyan business and government leaders, Al Jamahiriya reported.
The Libyan Defence, Security & Safety Exhibition (LIBDEX) was held on 8-11 November at Tripoli’s Mitiga Airport.
The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade and the Libyan Businessmen Council signed an agreement on 10 August to establish a Libyan-Chinese Business Council, according to the Quryna newspaper.
The first US government-backed trade mission to Libya for 37 years took place in February. An improvement in diplomatic relations over the past years facilitated the visit from the US Commerce Department, together with company executives.