Investment Promotion Campaign in Southern Tunisia | Tunisia News Gazette

Investment Promotion Campaign in Southern Tunisia

“Some 50 projects will be presented during the days of investment promotion in the southern regions of Tunisia to be held from March 12 to 16 in five French cities,” said Thursday afternoon, CEO of Gabes’ Pol.i.tech GabAs Industrial and Technological Centre, Mohamed Razak Jeday at a meeting in Paris.

Organised by the Consulate General of Tunisia in Paris, the meeting is part of the preparation of the campaign to promote South of Tunisia in the cities of Lille, Dijon, Nancy, Montpellier and Paris.

The Tunisian ambassador to France, Abdelaziz RassAa emphasided that the Tunisian regions will be an important element of economic development in partnership with French regions. He said : “there are opportunities for investment in renewable energy, waste management and organic farming.”

Consul Naoufel Zayadi said the goal of the promotional campaign is to establish win-win partnerships between Tunisian and French businessmen and between companies and institutions in both countries.

Earlier, the CEO of “Pol.i.tech GabAs” presented investment opportunities in the region of Gabes and Southeast which are according to him “an economic deposit”. Jeday points out that “60% of the phosphate ore is processed in Gabes into phosphoric acid and chemical fertilizer in more than 25% of the national electricity production”. “The city of GabAs is characterised by the richness of the geothermal water table,” added the CEO of “Pol.i.tech de GabAs”.

Source: TAP News Agency

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