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24 partnership agreements to be inked soon between Tunisia and Guinea

Twenty-four partnership agreements will be concluded between Tunisia and Guinea on the occasion of the holding of the Tunisian-Guinean Joint Commission meeting on February 18-19, Managing Director of Guinea’s Private Investment Promotion Agency (APIP) said.

APIP will conclude on this occasion a co-operation agreement with the Agency for the Promotion of Industry and Innovation (APII), he told TAP on the fringes of the works of the Financing Investment and Trade in Africa Conference FITA 2018, held on February 6-7 in Tunisia at the initiative of The Tunisian-African Business Council (TABC).

He further noted that his country is seeking through its participation in this forum to promote investments and trade exchange in the energy, agriculture, infrastructure, education and health fields.

Projects exist yet access to funding with bearable costs remains difficult, he pointed out.

He further recalled that the forum that was held in Guinea in 2017 on the occasion of the launch of the Tunisia-Conakry airline and the Guinean mission that had visited Tunisia in 2016 had clear outcomes through the identification of projects and the implementation of agreements, the results of which will be visible in 2018, notably in the education, health and industries fields.

Tunisian-Guinean trade exchanges amount to 8 million Tunisian dinars, he said estimating that this amount is very small. Efforts are being made so as to increase this amount in light of the complementarity between both countries’ skills and the investment opportunities in Guinea, he affirmed.

Source: TAP news Agency

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