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Libyan delegation to outline £36bn of opportunities

A Libyan delegation will next month set out the opportunities for UK contractors from its £36 billion infrastructure and housing plans.

Libyan officials will speak at a South East Centre for the Built Environment event in London on 11 June. 

More than 170 UK companies are trading in Libya, including major retailers such Marks & Spencer and Next. 

SECBE business development director John Ellils said: “Skills such as design, project management, contracting and specialists in niche services are especially in demand. 

“There is a strong Libyan desire to start manufacturing building materials locally, too. We have already built up outstanding market intelligence and an excellent network of key contacts, to give companies a real inside track.”