Other debts in Uganda are keeping asset recovery in limbo, such as the 49% stake in the National Housing and Construction Company, controlled by the Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Company (LAFICO).
What does LAFI stand for?
LAFI stands for Libyan Arab Foreign Investment
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Soon after taking over at the NOC in 2004 Badri raised its stake in Oilinvest to 70%, from 45%, thus reducing the stakes of the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank (LAFB) and the Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Co.
Set up as a 50-50 JV in 1986 between the Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Corp.
Mr Gaddafi's Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Co already has a stake in Juventas.
Oilinvest is owned equally by the Libyan Arab Foreign Bank (LAFB), the Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Co.
The cash came from the Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Company, which Gaddafi heads.
His Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Company has sold its 33 per cent stake back to trading giant Lonrho.
In May 1991 the building was bought by the Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Company (Lafico), a key agency of Colonel Gaddafi's regime.