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Libyan Algerian Businessmen Meeting.

Summary: Last Monday in Tripoli Tripoli, city, Lebanon
Tripoli (trĭp`əlē) or Tarabulus (täräb`l
 a meeting was held included the Libyan Minister of Economy, Ahmed Alkushly, and the Algerian Minister of Trade, Mustafa ben Baza Baza (bä`thä), town (1990 pop. 21,123), Granada prov., S Spain, in Andalusia. It is a food-processing center for a fertile farm area noted especially for its cattle. Baza has flour and textile mills, tanneries, and cement plants. , with the delegation accompanied to him which include a number of Algerian businessmen.

Last Monday in Tripoli a meeting was held included the Libyan Minister of Economy, Ahmed Alkushly, and the Algerian Minister of Trade, Mustafa ben Baza, with the delegation accompanied to him which include a number of Algerian businessmen.

The meeting was held in order to strengthen the joint economic investment activities between the countries.

Alkushly confirmed that the good economic relation between the two countries has a big role in encountering the challenges the two countries. In turn, ben Baza stated that the economic capabilities and qualifications the two countries own can be best utilized in creating and providing opportunities for the youths of the two countries as we seek a diversified diversified (di·verˑ·s  economy creates sustainable economy.

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Date:Apr 5, 2012
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