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ASSISTANT SECRETARY FERNANDEZ: American companies are looking to partner in health, in education, in the construction industries. These are companies that have not been to Libya, these are companies that are new to Libya, but these are companies that admire what the Libyan people have done to liberate Libya and to create a new country. They want to be part of it..
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