The Economic Outlook For A New Libya04:56
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Libyans wait to fill their cans with looted fuel in a gas station in the suburbs close to the airport in Tripoli, Libya, Monday. (AP)
Libyans wait to fill their cans with looted fuel in a gas station in the suburbs close to the airport in Tripoli, Libya, Monday. (AP)

With its immense oil and gas resources and its small population, Libya could be poised for a bright economic future under a new government.

But the country has almost no private sector and there are also the hurdles of corruption and bureaucratic dysfunction.

Guest:

  • Paul Moss, BBC reporter

This segment aired on August 30, 2011.

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