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LCC’s Benghazi Hawari cement factory slated for 2018 reopening, but needs ample electricity and gas supplies

By Sami Zaptia. London, 11 October 2017: Further to news that a delegation of foreign experts working for the Libyan Cement Company, owners of Hawari cement factory in Benghazi had visited the factory site and met with the city’s mayor last week with a view to restarting work to reopen the factory, LCC informed Libya […]Original Article

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By Sami Zaptia. London, 31 May 2018: In its latest report released yesterday on the LNA-sieged city of Derna, the UN says that the tightened encirclement and closure of Derna, imposed by the Libyan National Army (LNA), has been ongoing since July 2017. Periodic escalations of armed conflict occur, as witnessed since mid-April when the [...]