A trade mission organised by the Libya-British Business Council (LBBC) has been in Tripoli for meetings with Libyan officials and businessmen.
The 10 companies, led by former British Ambassador in Tripoli, Sir Dominic Asquith, included international lawyers Clyde and Co., and Salamanca Risk Management which has been involved in the country since the revolution.
Also represented was KBR, which as Brown & Root has been working in Libya since 1964, and was involved in projects such as the Man-Made River and Brega port.
Others were BACTEC International, BAE Systems, Cambridge Associates, G3-Systems, Mott Macdonald (which has also been in Libya for some time), Nemesis Security, TDM Group and Tilden International.
A trade mision from the Middle East Association is due in Tripoli on 6th October.
(Source: Libya Herald)