Libyan institutions battle over oil revenue


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Issue 428 - 03 Dec 2020 - By John Hamilton | 6 minute read

An unusually bitter spat between National Oil Corporation and the central bank over the value of oil revenues earned during 2020 is the most public manifestation of the new realignment in Libyan politics. At stake is the question of who will control the nation’s finances over the next year while preparations are put in place for new elections, writes John Hamilton.

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