Opinion: Libya can use ENI promises to kick-start private sector economic growth?
By PK Semler.
Washington DC, 19 January 2013
Almost a year ago today, chief executive Paolo Scaroni of ENI, the oil and gas giant, traveled to Libya with Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti and Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi di Sant’Agata and promised $400m in much-needed funds to help rebuild critical infrastructure such as hospitals, transport and schools.
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