About Us

The U.S.-Libya Business Association (USLBA) is the only member-based U.S. trade association focusing solely on the United States and Libya. It was incorporated in 2005 as a result of the resumption of U.S.-Libya diplomatic and commercial relations, to enhance the U.S.-Libya relationship, educate the public about the importance of U.S.-Libya trade and investment, and facilitate the commercial and diplomatic dialogue between the two countries. Its founders believe that the bonds forged by trade and investment form the groundwork for an improved and long-lasting bilateral relationship.

The USLBA is a non-profit, member-based organization that sponsors regular policy conferences, briefing sessions and major events featuring senior U.S. and Libyan officials.

The USLBA welcomes inquiries about our program and the benefits of membership. Please contact us at information@us-lba.org.



Latest News

Libya lifts force majeure from Ras Lanuf, Es Sider oil ports
July 6, 2014
Libya has lifted force majeure from the Ras Lanuf and Es Sider oil ports at 1500 local time, paving the way for exports to resume, a spokesman for National Oil Corp (NOC) said on Sunday. A group of (read more)

Libya Targets Bombardier CSeries Order, Examines Boeing 737 Max
May 13, 2014
Libya said it’s in contact with Boeing Co. (BA) about the re-engined 737 amid surging demand for air travel three years after the toppling of Muammar Qaddafi.   (read more)

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Announces Expansion of Global Resources to Support U.S. Businesses, Exports
April 17, 2014
The U.S. Commercial Service will more than double its presence in Africa ... expanding offices in Kenya, Ghana, Morocco, and Libya. (read more)

USLBA Events

Members dinner with Dr. Mustafa Abushagur, Member of the Libyan House of Representatives
October 20, 2014

Members Briefing with Central Bank of Libya official
October 10, 2014

Members Briefing with Alina L. Romanowski, Deputy Assistant Administrator at USAID
October 6, 2014

Members Briefing with Susannah Cooper, Director of the Office of Maghreb Affairs at the U.S. Department of State
October 6, 2014