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CBL Q2 financial update still shows deficit

By Sami Zaptia. London, 13 July 2017: The Tripoli Central Bank of Libya released the latest financial statement today for the second quarter of 2017 revealing the country’s state of affairs. The figures continue to reveal a state budget deficit with the deficit for the six months to 30 June coming at LD 5.9 bn. […]Original Article

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