Talks held in Cairo between Libyan and Egyptian ministers have covered stock market investment, the resumption of a housing development in Egypt and possible agricultural projects.
The governments of Egypt and Libya have signed several memoranda of understanding during a visit to Cairo this week by Libya's interim prime minister Abdelrahim al-Keib.
Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) yesterday published the final version of Law 59, which proposes a new role, structure and legal basis for local councils in Libya.
The foreign ministers of the three countries have issued the 'Cairo Declaration', which aims to boost political and economic cooperation, and discussed the possibility of allowing visa-free travel for their respective citizens.
The official public-sector working hours for the holy month of Ramadan, which began on 20 July, will be 9am-2pm from Sunday to Thursday.
Some 152 Libyan police students have flown to Istanbul to begin a training programme run by their Turkish counterparts.
In comments published by the state news agency, Libyan Air Force head Saqr Jeroushi has outlined plans to buy French Rafale jets, British-built Eurofighter Typhoons and US Chinook helicopters.
Libya's National Transitional Council (NTC) has issued a statement denying rumours of a rise in public-sector wages.
Libya's finance minister, Hassan Ziglam, has said he plans to resign 'soon' because of 'wastage' in public funds by the interim government.
Sadiq al-Kabeer, the governor of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL), has issued a statement refuting charges of fraud and embezzlement that have been levelled against the bank's management.
A recent report from the National Planning Council showed that contracts for some 1,650 projects in Benghazi reached a total value of some LD13.4bn ($10.7bn), or 9.5% of the country’s total.
The Privatisation & Investment Board’s fifth Forum for Investors will be held on 21 February in the Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, according to Al Jamahiriya.
Customs officials from the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) member states met in Tripoli on 15-16 February  to examine a draft  proposal for a customs union in the Maghreb.
GPC Secretary Al Baghdadi Ali Al Mahmoudi and Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi met in Tripoli on 8 February to discuss bilateral cooperation, Al Jamahiriya reported.
GPC Secretary Al Baghdadi Ali Al Mahmoudi and other government officials met with Niger’s Supreme Council President Salou Djibo and an accompanying delegation in Tripoli on 9 February, Al Jamahiriya reported.

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