The National Petroleum Corporation of Libya said on Friday that it expects to open up oil exports from Sider Port in the next few days, and Libya will increase its oil production to more than 1 million barrels per day within four weeks. Its production has been increasing over the last month.
Representatives of the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the Libyan National Army (LNA), the main parties to the conflict in the country, reached an agreement after four days of negotiations on a lasting ceasefire. UN Special Representative Stephanie Williams spoke of the historic moment when the agreement was signed.
Is cash still relevant? What is the future of the euro, and more importantly, what is the future of cash in general? These past few months have been tough for advocates of cash, with unfounded insinuations that cash can be a source for the spread of COVID-19. The Advocate General of the European Court of ...
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