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Vol 3 (AAC) No 10

Published 1st August 2010


Libya

Gadaffi guns for Seoul's spy

An espionage row is holding up progress on a US$438 million project.

An espionage row in which Libya expelled one of Seoul’s secret agents is holding up progress on a US$438 million project signed on 6 August between South Korea’s Daewoo Engineering & Construction and Tripoli for a 750-megawatt power station. Libya expelled the agent, a fully-accredited diplomat, on 18 June after Tripoli’s counter-intelligence discovered that he was investigating ‘sensitive issues’.

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