18 March 2014

Tunisia Ready to Lift Administrative Obstacles Impeding Qatari Investment - Jomaa

Tunis — Tunisia is ready to speed up lifting the administrative obstacles impeding Qatari investments in Tunisia, Interim Prime Minister Mehdi Jomaa said.

During his meeting, Tuesday in Doha, with a delegation of Qatari businessmen, the PM pointed to the improvement of the security situation and stability of political climate in Tunisia, a statement by the Prime Ministry reads.

In another connection, he asserted Tunisia's will to contribute to the achievement of mega-projects in Qatar by mobilising its competences and human resources, while offering job opportunities to Tunisian manpower.

Jomaa said that "Qatari people are welcome in Tunisia wether as tourists or investors," the same source specifies.

For their part, the Qatari businessmen expressed will to materialise the projects concluded between Tunisia and Qatar, pointing out that a mission of Qatari businessmen will pay a visit shortly to Tunisia, to get acquainted with the investment opportunities offered there, identify partnership possibilities and speed up the achievement of existing projects, the statement reads.

The meeting was attended by Tunisian Industry, Trade and Handicrafts Union (UTICA) Chairwoman Wided Bouchamaoui and the delegation of Tunisian businessmen accompanying the Prime Minister in his tour.

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