Libyan capital, Tripoli, is hosting the 19th conference for Arab investors on Sunday-Monday with the participation of 300 economic figures from public and private Arab institutions to talk about the latest economic developments, investment opportunities and the infrastructure reconstruction plan in Libya, not to mention the economic incentives to achieve sustainable growth leading to digital economy.

The conference hosting comes after discussions by Secretary General of Arab Chambers Union Khalid Hanfi and the Head of Economy and Business Group, Raouf Abu Zaki, in the visit to Tripoli where they met with top Libyan officials, including from the central bank, foreign ministry and investment authority.

The Head of Libyan Chambers Union and organizing committee of the conference, Mohammed Al-Raied, said he was looking forward to seeing the conference achieve investment opportunities by Arabs in Libya, while Hanfi said the Libyan economy was promising for local, Arab and foreign investors and had lots of competitive characteristics. Abu Zaki indicated that Libya was moving forward to recovery.

The conference is organized by the Arab Chambers Union in cooperation with Libyan Chambers Union, Economy and Trade Ministry, General Authority for Privatization and Investment, and Economy and Business Group in addition to Arab League.