Tunisia: Minister of Economy Meets Board Chairman of Libyan Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Privatisation

Tunis/Tunisia — Minister of Economy and Planning, Samir Saied and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Libyan Public Authority for Investment Promotion and Privatisation Jamel Ali discussed at a meeting Wednesday in Tunis the scope of progress in the creation of free trade areas between the two countries and ways and mechanisms to encourage investors and businessmen especially in terms of funding.
This meeting discussed ways to strengthen cooperation and exchange of skills and experiences between the various structures involved in investment in both countries.
It also reviewed means to access the African market, to better serve the common interest according to a statement issued by the Department of Economy.
The two parties stressed both countries’ commitment to raise economic cooperation to the level of the “fraternal” relations, emphasising the potential and real opportunities offered to establish a strategic partnership and more solid and diversified economic relations.
Saied and Ali highlighted the scope to intensify meetings and promotional events to further publicise the opportunities offered for investment and the realization of joint projects in promising niches.
They stressed the need to form a joint team between the two authorities to ensure a lasting contact that can help build solid bridges with economic actors and investors in the two countries and facilitate their task in carrying out investment projects.
Read the original article on Tunis Afrique Presse.
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