The businessman from Misrata, a Libyan city located 200km east of the capital Tripoli, has an almost 80% market share in the dairy sector with his company Al-Naseem. This makes Mohamed Raied Libya’s largest private employer – with nearly 1,600 employees – and one of the country’s biggest fortunes.
‘Libya is an easy country to reform,’ says businessman Mohamed Raied
Libyan businessman Mohamed Raied, one of the country’s wealthiest people and a member of parliament, has proposed a series of shocking reforms aimed at reviving the economy. These include taxes and subsidies, as well as dividing the territory into 'wilayas', as inspired by the Algerian and Tunisian models.