ZTE, the Chinese telecom company, held a full-day workshop this week with engineers from Almadar, aimed at improving the quality of communication and internet services in Libya.
According to the report from China Daily, Almadar, the largest operator in Libya, has over two thirds of the country's 6 million population as its customers.
Almadar's project manager, Abdelbast Alforty, hailed ZTE as an important strategic telecommunication and internet services contractor in Libyan market, especially in the field of electronic surveillance projects, and fiber optic data transmission.
Wang Jun, general-manager of ZTE's Libyan Branch, said Libya will be a major opportunity for his company.
ZTE is now competing with five other foreign companies to win a contract to improve the speed of data transfer, mobile phone and internet services in Libya.
(Sources: Libya Herald, China Daily)