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AmCham Member Roundtable with Ambassador Norland

AmCham Libya hosted an in-person AmCham Member roundtable with Ambassador Norland during his visit to Tripoli. The roundtable provided an opportunity for the Ambassador to hear directly from U.S. businesses active in Libya about their experiences and areas where the U.S. Government can provide support. The event was honored by a surprise visit from Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dabaiba. Ambassador Norland commented: ‘‘Today’s roundtable with AmCham Libya was an opportunity to understand how American companies can partner with Libyan firms and create additional economic opportunities for Libyans.’ "The American companies represented today employ thousands of Libyans in many sectors [...]

Libya Healthcare Sector Roundtable

The American Chamber of Commerce in Libya (AmCham Libya) and the U.S. Embassy to Libya hosted a Libya Healthcare Sector Roundtable. This event brought together key decision makers from Libyan institutions, major U.S. companies active in the sector and the U.S. State Department. Roundtable Participants included: U.S. Embassy to Libya: Ambassador Richard B. Norland Libyan Ministry of Health: Minister Ali Al Zanati Abbott: Bassem Bibi, Divisional Vice President AMI: Dr. Andrew Walker, Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder GE Healthcare: Nael Dabbagh, General Manager, MENAT MSD (Merck): Dr. Hazem Abdel Samie, Managing Director Topics under discussion included: • Current priorities for Libya's [...]

Q&A Session with Mohammed Ali Abdallah, GNU Special Envoy to the U.S

The American Chamber of Commerce in Libya (AmCham Libya) hosted an online Q&A session with Mohammed Ali Abdallah, GNU Special Envoy to the United States. Mr. Abdallah's particular focus within this role is on the commercial sector and fostering business between U.S. companies and Libya. During the Q&A session participants learned about the current commercial priorities for the GNU, and received useful information about how to find and pursue opportunities in Libya. They also learned about how to successfully get contracts paid.