Manufacturing Sector and the process of Structural transformation in Libyan Economy
Abstract" Manufacturing Sector and the process of Structural transformation in Libyan Economy" Dr.falah.K.Ali Alrubaie Economics-faculty of Economics –derna -Omar Almukhtar university Abstract This study aims to diagnosis the role of Manufacturing sector in the process of structural transformation in Libyan Economy and determination the nature of transformation during 1970-2000 by following:- 1-Diagnosis the main structural relationship among the Economical activities and determination the nature of transformation which has take part during the study period, in order to determine whether this transformation causes a state of structural imbalance or it harmonizes with the aim of structural balance which declaration in economic plans 2- Diagnosis the structural transformation in manufacturing sector by study the relations between branches, activities and patterns, small and large scale, import substitution and encourage exports activities. 3:- study the reflection of structural transformation in manufacturing sector on the directions of the main structural relationship among economical activities of Libyan Economy
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Date of creation: 2004
Date of revision: 17 Apr 2008
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