About Us

The U.S.-Libya Business Association (USLBA) is the only nonprofit member-based trade association focusing solely on the United States and Libya. Since its incorporation in 2005, as the countries resumed normal relations, the USLBA has sought to facilitate opportunities for mutually beneficial trade and investment, enhance the bilateral diplomatic and commercial relationship, and educate the public about the importance of U.S.-Libya economic ties. The USLBA regularly sponsors policy conferences, briefing sessions, and major events featuring senior U.S. and Libyan officials. Its founders believe the bonds forged through trade and investment form the groundwork of an enduring and amicable relationship.

The USLBA welcomes inquiries about our program and the benefits of membership. Please contact Executive Director Jason Pack by email at jpack@us-lba.org or by phone +1(202)-485-4246.

 

 

Latest News

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson attended a conference on Libya with Ghassan Salame hosted by Boris Johnson in London
September 14, 2017
Following his recent diplomatic tour in Libya, British Foreign Minister, Boris Johnson, held a conference on Thursday to discuss the ways to break Libya’s political stalemate and give impetus to U.N... (read more)

Al-Bunyan Al-Marsoos brigade pledges support for Basit Igtet
September 11, 2017
Aligned with Al-Bunyan Al-Marsoos, the Shahid Nouri Friwan Brigade - a former force of Misrata military council and Libya Dawn - has stated its support for Basit Igtet and for his project for Libya... (read more)

Italian Interior Minister met with Khalifa Haftar in Benghazi
September 5, 2017
On 5 September, Italy’s Interior Minister Marco Minitti visited Khalifa Haftar, Commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA), in Benghazi, just a day after the French FM Jean-Yves Le Drian completed a... (read more)

USLBA Events

USLBA Hosts Annual Board Meeting
August 17, 2017

USLBA met with Libyan charges d'affaires Wafa Bughaighis, and was introduced to new staff members at the Libyan Embassy in Washington, DC.
August 2, 2017

USLBA and GECOL discussed plan to reform the electricity sector in Libya
July 24, 2017

USLBA Hosted Roundtable Discussion on the Implication of Ongoing Gulf Tensions and its Impact on Business and Politics in Libya
July 20, 2017