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Seminar held in Tunisia to look for solutions to Libya’s cash crisis
A Seminar on the crisis of liquidity in Libya concluded in Tunisia after two days of debate with the participation of the Central Bank of Libya and more than 20 other banking institutions, in addition to a number of economists.
The Seminar discussed a number of core issues, which included the proposed solutions to solve the liquidity crisis, consolidating the Central's Bank work, the urgent economic reforms needed, the role of political stability in solving the economic crisis, the trend towards using the electronic card, and opening letters of credit to facilitate the import of various products.
Proposals and other papers were introduced during the Seminar to bring effective solutions and move this matter forward.