Tunisian Libyan Bank will open new headquarters in Tripoli this year

The Tunisian Libyan Bank announced it will open a new headquarters in Tripoli during the current year.

According to the Tunisian newspaper Assabah News, the bank will open its new headquarters in Tunis on Wednesday, February 26, and is expanding its activity by opening between 6 and 7 branches a year, despite the shrinking revenues in Tunisia due to the current political situation.

The Tunisian Libyan Bank, established in 1984, is a development banking institution, and transformed in 2005 to an international bank.

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