Minister of Economy and Trade Mohammed Al-Hweij held discussions on Sunday with Libyan business leaders operating in China to address their challenges and enhance bilateral economic relations.

The ministry said the initiative aligns with Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibeh's vision to strengthen ties between Libya and China.

The meeting focused on identifying and resolving operational obstacles faced by Libyan companies in China. Business leaders requested the activation of the Libyan-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and the appointment of a president in consultation with Libyan businesses and investors in China.

The move is expected to boost economic and investment relations, increase trade volume, and facilitate participation in economic forums and trade fairs.

On the sidelines, Al-Hweij also met with representatives of Chinese companies interested in expanding their activities and investing in Libya, according to the Ministry of Economy and Trade.

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