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Libya's investment authority said it has applied to a London court to end three receiverships in the U.K., as the country's sovereign wealth fund looks to reclaim full powers challenged by a bruising power struggle over its chairmanship.The application to discharge the receiverships, filed in Commercial Court, said that the Government of National Accord had been set up as Libya's internationally recognized executive power and that the LIA's board had been appointed by that government.
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