Turkish investors should harness Libya’s $120 billion investment volume — especially in the contracting sector — said the chairman of the Turkey-Libya Council of the Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEIK) on Thursday.

“There is a call from Libya in this direction,” said Murtaza Karanfil, adding that Libya was undergoing a reconstruction process and that there were major opportunities in all of the country’s sectors.

“During the reconstruction process, houses, public buildings and roads will be rebuilt in Libya,” said Karanfil.

Turkey exports a wide variety of products to Libya including jewelry, furniture, poultry, carpets, semi-finished steel, hygienic

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