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“We are interested in Tunisian know-how” (President Djibouti Chamber of Commerce)

“We are interested in the Tunisian skills and we will be happy to build close partnerships with Tunisia, as part of the Public-Private Partnership (PPP) projects, particularly in the areas of education, higher education, engineering, telecommunications and health,” said Youssouf Moussa Dawaleh, president of the Djibouti Chamber of Commerce at a panel discussion on” Approach and financing of PPPs in Africa”, organised as part of the Forum” Financing Investment and Trade in Africa” (FITA 2018).

“Djibouti is a country on the move, but our citizens lack experience in many areas and we are asking Tunisia to support us in the management of our local expertise,” he said, citing, for example, one of the largest hotels in the country, a 7-star hotel with more than 540 rooms, which remains devoid of quality services, because of the lack of skills of its staff.

For his part, Gabriel Curtis, director general of the Agency for the Promotion of Private Investments in Guinea-Conakry said his country is inspired by the Tunisian model in the field of local investment, convinced as it is that growth must be inclusive and fruitful for all segments of society.

The official said his government will mobilise a $ 20 billion budget in the next 20 years (2017-2036) to modernise infrastructure (roads, bridges, various constructions …), which will be an excellent opportunity for Tunisian private companies operating in this field, whose expertise and know-how are recognised.

In the same context, Bintou Diallo Director General of Burkina Faso’s Investment Promotion Agency said his government has developed a list of 38 mega-priority projects covering several areas and regions of the country, which will be launched shortly in Burkina Faso, in the framework of public-private partnerships.

Diallo invited Tunisian businessmen to be present in Burkina Faso and to participate in the development of the country’s image and the improvement of the living conditions of citizens, as part of a win-win partnership approach.

Source: TAP news Agency

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