The South Africa-based Rand Merchant Bank (RMB) has ranked Libya in seventh place in the 2012 edition of its 'Where to Invest in Africa' report.
A new board has been appointed to oversee the state-owned Green Holding Company, which has around a dozen subsidiaries operating in various sectors.
Libya's General Authority for Investment Promotion and Privatisation says it will organise three 'investor conferences' in Misrata, Benghazi and Tripoli.
Official figures show that government spending jumped in July, although total expenditure for the first seven months of the year still remains below budget projections.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report for 2012-13 has ranked Libya in 113th place, down from 88th in 2010 when the country was last featured in the index.
Libya's Ministry of Planning held a recent workshop to discuss future planning across various sectors of the economy.
Government figures show the state spent less than it earned in the first six months of the year, with expenditure around LD5.7bn ($4.5bn) below projections in the 2012 budget.
The Ghadames Development Authority has launched a public tender process for some 45 projects in the town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in western Libya.
Libya's Ministry of Economy says it is in the process of establishing a network of regional offices to handle company registration and licensing procedures, as part of wider decentralisation efforts.
Libya's Ministry of Economy says it has established a new entity to finance small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), and approved initial funding for 14 projects in June.
Libya's Privatisation and Investment Board (PIB) plans to produce a map featuring details and locations of major investment projects in the country.
A new economy and trade committee, which aims to improve Libya's import and export procedures, has held its first meeting.
The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) has issued inflation figures for the first quarter of 2012, with the overall price index continuing a downward trend begun in late 2011.
Libya's interim government has issued an invitation to companies seeking to bid for a major 10-year contract covering waste collection and management across the country.
Officials from Libya's Ministry of Planning held a meeting on 18 July to discuss the review of contracts valued over LD100m ($78.7m) and the potential appointment of consultancy firms.