Tunisia-Malaysia: Hatem Ferjani examines ways to boost bilateral trade in Kuala Lumpur | Tunisia News Gazette

Tunisia-Malaysia: Hatem Ferjani examines ways to boost bilateral trade in Kuala Lumpur

Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs in charge of Economic Diplomacy Hatem Ferjani met with senior Malaysian officials to strengthen cooperation and trade between the two countries during his visit to Kuala Lumpur on February 28- Marc, the Foreign Affairs Department reports in a statement.

The Secretary of State discussed with his Malaysian counterpart Dato

Reezal Merican means to boost trade and raise the level of economic relations and exchange of experiences between the two countries, said the statement.

In this regard, the two parties stressed the importance of holding the first session of the Joint Ministerial Commission as soon as possible and opening diplomatic missions between the two countries.

In his talks with Malaysian Vice-Ministers of Transport and Health, Ferjani discussed ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation in both areas, including air transport and partnership in the production of medicines, the industry of medical products and therapeutic tourism industry.

The Secretary of State stressed Thursday at the Tunisian-Malisian Business Forum, which was attended by more than 120 businessmen from both countries, the attractiveness of the business climate in Tunisia, the partnership and the foreign direct investment, in addition to its privileged geographical position and the reforms introduced in the new investment code.

The members of the Tunisian delegation had talks with businessmen and economic actors in Malaysia on investment opportunities in Tunisia.

Hatem Ferjani leads a multidisciplinary Tunisian delegation during a tour conducted from February 26 to March 3 in Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand to discuss ways to restore balance of trade with these three countries, explore new markets for Tunisian exports and investment opportunities and promote the Tunisian tourist destination.

Source: TAP News Agency

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