17 January 2014

Tunisia: Examining of Two Projects in Matters of Energy and Private Higher Education - Prime Ministry

Tunis, — The high commission of large-scale projects examined, Friday in Kasbah, two investment projects providing for the production of biofuel and the creation of a city of science and business.

The first project to be achieved in the governorate of Kairouan (centre), pending the identification of other

regions to host this kind of projects, according to a statement of the Prime Ministry. In this connection, the commission recommended to complete examination of some technical and financial data related to this project and establish an adequate contractual framework with the promoter of the project.

As regards the second project to be achieved in Sfax, the commission called to study the conformity of the project to the national strategy of higher education, stressing the need to complete the legal and technical aspects of the project. The commission voiced interest in these two projects, given their contribution to boosting development, job creation and achievement of added value.


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