Tunisian business mission in Cote d'Ivoire from October 15 to 19 | Tunisia News Gazette

Tunisian business mission in Cote d’Ivoire from October 15 to 19

A mission of Tunisian businessmen operating in the furniture sector will be visiting Cote d’Ivoire from October 15 to 19, on the initiative of Tunisie Afrique Export.

The mission’s goal is to bring Tunisian companies closer to their Ivorian counterparts for a win-win partnership in the furniture sector thus contributing to the development of both countries through wealth and job creation, the organiser said on Thursday in a press release.

Export and partnership opportunities in Cote d’Ivoire will be explored during this mission, the same source added.

This mission that gathers twenty of the most important furniture manufacturers is co-organised with the Company of International Fairs of Tunis, the National Federation of Wood and Furniture (FNBA-UTICA), the Wood and Furniture Industry Technical Centre (CETIBA), the Tunisian Export Promotion Centre (CEPEX) and Tunisia’s embassy in Abidjan.

The Tunisian delegation will take part in an economic panel on Tunisian-Ivorian Partnership to be attended by the Ivorian Minister of Trade and the country’s senior officials.

B2B meetings with Ivorian businessmen (October 16-17 in Abidjan) and meetings to be held by the Ivorian Administration in Abidjan are also on the agenda.

Cote d’Ivoire Ambassador, director general of the Company of International Fairs of Tunis, the president of FNBA-UTICA, the director general of CETIBA as well as Tunisie Afrique Export CEO discussed partnership opportunities in the furniture sector during a working session held on Wednesday in Cote d’Ivoire’s Embassy in Tunis.

Source: TAP News Agency

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