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Some 130 Tunisian businessmen at Tunisian Economic Forum in Doha

Some 130 Tunisian businessmen are taking part in the Tunisian Economic Forum organised on November 14-15 in Doha (Qatar).

This economic mission, led by Trade Minister Omar el Behi and organised by the Exports Promotion Centre (CEPEX), seeks to explore opportunities for partnership with Qatari businessmen.

The Forum will offer the opportunity to present Tunisian products including agricultural products and agro-food and others that are displayed in a free space devoted to Tunisia and other countries like Algeria, Morocco and Lebanon.

To be marketed, these products must be competitive on the Qatari market, said President of the Qatari economic grouping for the organisation of fairs Abderrahman Selliti.

Qatar is Tunisia’s 3rd largest partner in the Gulf region. Trade between the two countries recorded an evolution of 3.4% in the nine months of 2017 compared to the same period in 2016, reaching 64.6 million dinars (97.53 million Qatari rials).

Tunisian exports to Doha increased by 80.3 percent to 25.8 million dinars (39.5 million rials), while Tunisia managed to export 5.44 thousand tons of goods to the Qatari market.

The main products exported to this country are: olive oil, fruits and vegetables, fish products, building materials, electrical equipment, cables and aluminium.

For its part, Qatar exports to Tunisia plastic raw materials, petroleum oil, aluminium, wood, etc.

Source: TAP News Agency

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Some 130 Tunisian businessmen at Tunisian Economic Forum in Doha

Some 130 Tunisian businessmen are taking part in the Tunisian Economic Forum organised on November 14-15 in Doha (Qatar).

This economic mission, led by Trade Minister Omar el Behi and organised by the Exports Promotion Centre (CEPEX), seeks to explore opportunities for partnership with Qatari businessmen.

The Forum will offer the opportunity to present Tunisian products including agricultural products and agro-food and others that are displayed in a free space devoted to Tunisia and other countries like Algeria, Morocco and Lebanon.

To be marketed, these products must be competitive on the Qatari market, said President of the Qatari economic grouping for the organisation of fairs Abderrahman Selliti.

Qatar is Tunisia’s 3rd largest partner in the Gulf region. Trade between the two countries recorded an evolution of 3.4% in the nine months of 2017 compared to the same period in 2016, reaching 64.6 million dinars (97.53 million Qatari rials).

Tunisian exports to Doha increased by 80.3 percent to 25.8 million dinars (39.5 million rials), while Tunisia managed to export 5.44 thousand tons of goods to the Qatari market.

The main products exported to this country are: olive oil, fruits and vegetables, fish products, building materials, electrical equipment, cables and aluminium.

For its part, Qatar exports to Tunisia plastic raw materials, petroleum oil, aluminium, wood, etc.

Source: TAP News Agency

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President Beji CaA�d Essebsi received the credentials of six new ambassadors accredited in Tunis, in