The council of the Un ended all sanctions on Libya's central bank last week, while the EU unblocked that same bank's accounts and also those of the Libyan Arab Foreign bank four days ago, on December 21.
What does LAFB stand for?
LAFB stands for Libyan Arab Foreign Bank (est. 1972; Libya)
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- Los Angeles Filipino Association of City Employees (California)
- Los Angeles Family AIDS Network
- Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey
- Louisiana Foundation Against Sexual Assault
- Lackland Air Force Base (San Antonio, Texas)
- Ladd Air Force Base (now Fort Wainwright Army Post)
- Langley Air Force Base (Virginia)
- Laughlin Air Force Base (Del Rio, Texas)
- Left Anterior Fascicular Block
- Light Assault Floating Bridge
- Lincoln Air Force Base (Lincoln, NE)
- Lowry Air Force Base (Denver, Colorado; closed 1994)
- Luke Air Force Base (Arizona)
- Lake Amphibian Flyers Club (Boca Raton, FL)
- Laminar Air Flow Cabinet (laboratory safety)
- Leicester Athletic Football Club
- Lille Absolut Furet Club (French: Lille Absolute Ferret Club; Lille, France)
- Liss Athletic Football Club (UK)
- Los Altos Feeding Clinic (Los Altos, CA pediatric consultants)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Summary: The European Union decided Wednesday to unfreeze all funds and assets of the Central Bank of Libya and the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank held in the bloc.
The EU had frozen all funds and assets that the Central Bank of Libya and the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank was holding in the bloc in March, as part of sanctions applied on Gaddafi's regime.
LIA's CEO was Muhammad al-Layas who previously chaired the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank (LAFB).
Until early 2007, the external assets used to be handled by the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank (LAFB), the arm of the Central Bank and parent of the Libyan Foreign Investment Co.
It followed the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank, established in 1972 to support overseas investment, in addition to the Libyan Arab African Investment Company for investments in the African Continent.
12/31/2006 Bahrain 39 Libyan Arab Foreign Bank 12/31/2006 Libya 40 AI-Ahli Bank of Kuwait 12/31/2006 Kuwait 41 Burgan Bank 12/31/2006 Kuwait 42 Attijariwafabank 12/31/2005 Morocco 43 Arab Petroleum Investments Corp.