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British trade with Libya set to soar

Britain's trade with Libya could soar following the release of the Lockerbie bomber, as the North African country embarks on a massive building programme.

In the first five months of 2009, UK exports to Libya were already up by 48 per cent to £165.4m on the same period in 2008, while UK imports from Libya – mainly oil – were up 48.5 per cent on 2008 at £966m, a rise of 66 per cent on 2007.

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It's all about the financial deals, no matter what the British government might say.

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