Trade missions are practically queuing up to visit Libya at the moment, as word spreads of the opportunities available for businesses in the newly-liberated country.
In recent weeks we've seen trade delegations from UK, Italy, Turkey, France , Denmark and India, with more events planned, such as the Middle East Association's mission in March.
This should be viewed as a positive endorsement of Libya's efforts to re-built after the revolution, and to press ahead with infrastructure and exploration projects.
Of major importance to the delegates on these missions is the question of getting paid; it will be a relief to many to note that President Magarief has assured foreign contractors that they will be paid even for work dating from the Ghaddafi era.
With that assurance in the back pocket, the race is surely now on to snap up the best contracts while there's still time.