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Tunisia 2020 Conference Underway
part of the Tunisian government’s four-year plan to promote durable social and
economic development, a major international investment conference is being held
in Tunis on 29 and 30 November 2016.
Tunisian government has pledged to carry out major structural reforms to
improve efficiency and encourage foreign investment which has been in decline
since the 2011 revolution.
in the Conference include heads of state, government officials, members the
Tunisian and international business communities, the World Bank and various
European and African investment banks.
Tunisian President, Beij Caid Essebsi, commented that thanks to its advanced
infrastructure and its competent and open economy which is integrated into the
global market, Tunisia country has everything it takes to become a prime
destination for investments and exports in the European, Arab and African