Decentralisation at centre of 32nd Business Days (December 8 and 9) | Tunisia News Gazette

Decentralisation at centre of 32nd Business Days (December 8 and 9)

“Business and decentralisation: dynamism and opportunities” is the theme of the 32nd Business Days that will be held on December 8 and 9, 2017, at the initiative of the Arab Institute of Business Managers (IACE).

This theme was chosen in view of its importance, particularly for Tunisia, which is today seeking growth opportunities in a context of a fragile economy and facing changes related to the establishment of the second Republic, “according to a statement from the IACE.

It was also dictated by the current situation characterised by “the approach of the first local elections”, provided by the ISIE, on March 25.

Decentralisation is a long process that systematically influences the competitiveness of companies, public policies and the business environment, whose implementation depends on the support of public authorities and the involvement of the private sector and civil society, it said.

The 32nd Business Days will be organised around various themes including “The economic impact of decentralisation: prerequisites and vision”, “Decentralisation and business environment”, “Decentralisation, integrity and relations with policies “,”impact of decentralisation on tax burden “, and” Decentralisation and social dialogue “.

Tunisian and foreign politicians, businessmen and economic experts will take part in this annual meeting held in Sousse.

Besides Prime Minister Youssef Chahed, the debate to be held before the event in partnership with France 24 will be attended by Deputy Prime Minister of Libya Ahmed Maiteeg and former foreign minister of France Michele Alliot-Marie.

Source: TAP News Agency

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