France eyes Libya deals after unfreezing $2 billion assets

Nov 12, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Reuters

France said on Monday it was ready to start releasing almost $2 billion in frozen assets belonging to Libya's sovereign wealth fund, as it looks to secure investment from the oil-producing nation.

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Raj 9

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Nov 13, 2012
 
why did France not release their money this year? France waged war against Gadafi for oil not for libyans. They know that they can not exploit libyan oil resources as long as Gadafi is in power. so they encouraged rebels and got support from the so-called colonial powers-America and Britain and killed Gadafi and so many innocent people with the help of NATO forces.God is there. Dont worry. He will punish these powers and make them powerless like impotents.
Yousuf

Norman, OK

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Nov 15, 2012
 
and gadaffi didn't kill innocent people?? You're not very intelligent huh?
Raj 9

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Nov 15, 2012
 
I think that you are not intelligent because Gadafi's army killed people who tried to destabilise the country. no doubt, it happens in every country. even in India, we dont spare anti-social elements, criminals and terrorists. you cant get such a leader(Gadafi) again. I was in Libya during the crisis and I witnessed cruel things done by the so-called rebels. you have to realise that you are under the control of western powers. may Allah help you!

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