16 March 2014

Tunisian, UAE Investors Agree to Hold Two Major Economic Events Soon

Photo: Mehdi Jomaa/Facebook
Tunisian politicians agreed on Industry Minister, Mehdi Jomaa, to be the country's new PM.

Abu Dhabi, — Tunisian and Emirati businessmen have agreed to hold two "major economic events" in the next two months in Tunisia, President of the Tunisian Union of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA) Wided Bouchamaoui said after her meeting Sunday in Abu Dhabi with members of the Business Chambers of Abu Dhabi.

They are the Meeting of the Board of Directors of the Islamic Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture (April 2014) and the Meeting of the Gulf Investment Forum (May 2014).

The PM started, Saturday, a tour to the Gulf region where he first made a two-visit to the United Arab Emirates. He met with Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

The PM is travelling to Saudi Arabia, Sunday evening, on the second leg of this tour in the Gulf, before visiting Qatar, Bahrain and Kuwait.


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