28 November 2012

Tunisia: EU Willing to Increase Investment in Tunisia If Some Conditions Met - EC Vice-President

Tunis — "European investors are willing to increase their presence in Tunisia, provided that political stability is restored in the country, the business environment improves and the training system, particularly research and development, be strengthened," said Mr. Antoni Tajani, Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for Industry and Entrepreneurship.

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