‘Nationalisation threat’ points to Libyan business ambiguities

Issue 156 - 06 Feb 2009 | 6 minute read
Is Libya, with its huge and apparently available upstream potential – not to mention its long pockets following several years of oil price boom – going to break investors’ hearts by embracing the sort of resource nationalism that the more liberal members of Muammar Qadhafi’s regime say the Jamahiriya (State of the Masses) had left behind? Since Colonel Qadhafi said that Libya might nationalise

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