CEPEX signs 6 co-operation programmes with multilateral agencies and third countries | Tunisia News Gazette

CEPEX signs 6 co-operation programmes with multilateral agencies and third countries

The Export Promotion Centre (CEPEX) has signed six co-operation programmes with multilateral agencies and third countries to support Tunisian exporting companies called upon to get better insight into foreign markets and better position their products or services internationally.

According to data posted by the CEPEX on its website, there is the co-operation programme with the German Agency for International Co-operation (GIZ) which spans the 2017-2020 period and aims to step up the Tunisian SMEs’ access to new markets in Africa by fostering a win / win partnership with German (and / or European) firms targeting markets in the MENA region and sub-Saharan Africa.

The co-operation programme with the World Bank (WB) covering the 2016/2020 period, aims to strengthen the capacity of the Support Fund for Competitiveness and Export Development (TASDIR +), launched in 2015, to increase exports by 2020.

It also involves the diversification of export markets, increase of high added-value products’ export and support of professional associations and groups of enterprises in their international efforts.

The CEPEX has also a co-operation programme with Switzerland; the Suiss Import Promotion Programme “SIPPO” which spans the 2016/2020 period. The programme seeks to develop export in three sectors: seafood, processed fruits and vegetables and natural ingredients.

Another co-operation programme called the German Import Promotion Desk (IPD) covers the 2018/2020 period and aims to strengthen the sectors of natural ingredients, fresh fruits and vegetables and cosmetics / para-pharmaceuticals.

The Tunisia-Wallonia co-operation programme is a training and coaching programme for 3 Tunisian enterprises in the pharmaceutical and para-pharmaceutical sector, in addition to the Biotechnology Cluster of Sidi-Thabet in Charleroi (Belgium).

Co-operation with the EU programme — Enterprise Europe Network EEN Tunisia — created in 2008, brings together more than 4,000 experts from 600 partner organisations in more than 50 countries. The network has already helped more than 2.5 million enterprises benefit from the single European market.

Source: TAP News Agency

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