Libya: What hopes are there for its financial future?

Libya has been battered by conflict and with Col Muammar Gaddafi gone, rebuilding its broken economy is now the priority.

Oil production, the country's main revenue source, is rising faster than expected but billions of dollars in frozen national assets have, for many Libyans, been too slow to be returned to give the country the cash it needs.

So what impact has all this had on the everyday lives of Libyans? And what hopes do they have for Libya's financial future?

BBC's Katy Watson reports.

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