Libya welcomes conference planners after Gaddafi's death

Following the death of Colonel Gaddafi, Foley Associates has seized the chance to promote the country to UK businesses.

Libya welcomes conference planners after 'Gaddafi death'
Libya welcomes conference planners after 'Gaddafi death'

Gaddafi's death is a turning point for Libya that Foley Associates will discuss at its event, Libya: The Future 2, which aims to mark a step forward in the peace process and promote the troubled country for business opportunities and C&I tourism.

The statement reads: "The death of Colonel Gaddafi marks a historic end to the struggle for freedom for the Libyan people. The National Transitional Council (NTC) will soon be announcing the formation of a new democratic government and that process will now be accelerated as Libya gets back to its economic role as the richest country in Africa."

Libya: The Future 2 conference takes place on 14 November 2011 at the QE11 Conference Centre Westminster London.

The event continues the dialogue started in September at the initial Libydafia: The Future conference focussing on how British industry and businesses can help rebuild Libya and do business with the new Libyan regime.

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