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Country Report Libya

  • ID: 2101513
  • Country Profile
  • April 2017
  • Region: Libya
  • 25 Pages
  • The Economist Intelligence Unit
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The Government of National Accord (GNA) will fail to complete the political transition within a year as intended under the UN peace plan. A future settlement is likely to entail a degree of administrative decentralisation.

Oil output will remain well below the 2010 (pre-conflict) level of 1.55m barrels/day (b/d) as the GNA struggles to end frequent sabotage of ports and fields by jihadi groups or regain permanent control of key facilities.

Economic policy will be hindered by lax security and financing constraints, due to high current spending obligations and low oil revenue. Post-war development will not start until at least the final years of the forecast period.
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Country Report Libya

Outlook for 2017-21

Outlook for 2017-21: Political stability

Outlook for 2017-21: Election watch

Outlook for 2017-21: International relations

Outlook for 2017-21: Policy trends

Outlook for 2017-21: Fiscal policy

Outlook for 2017-21: Monetary policy

Outlook for 2017-21: International assumptions

Outlook for 2017-21: Economic growth

Outlook for 2017-21: Inflation

Outlook for 2017-21: Exchange rates

Outlook for 2017-21: External sector

Outlook for 2017-21: Forecast summary

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Basic data
Land area
Main towns
Weather in Tripoli
Public holidays

Political structure
Official name
Form of state
Head of state
Key ministers (GNA)
National Oil Corporation chairman
Central bank governor
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