Libya says it will pay outstanding hospital bills to Jordan
- Jordan: Sunday, September 16 - 2012 at 11:01
Head of the Libyan health office in Amman has said the Libyan government will pay its outstanding financial dues to Jordan's private hospitals by the beginning of October, Jordan Times has reported. Ali Bin Jalil, the new auditing company that was recently contracted by his government, will only look at bills not yet audited and will not re-audit those that have already been finalised by the Emirates Jordan Group (Scope). "We have to wait until the auditing company finishes its work to estimate them," he said, noting that the Libyan authorities had already paid a total of $202m to Jordanian hotels and hospitals.
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