28 March 2014

Tunisia: Conect Proposes to Opt for Sea Transport for Exports Towards Libya

Carthage — The executive bureau of the Confederation of Tunisian Citizen Enterprises (CONECT) called, Friday, to opt for sea transport to overcome difficulties related to the juncture in Libya and their negative impacts on Tunisian exports.

The bureau also evoked, during a talk with cCretaker President Moncef Marzouki in Carthage, the 2014 draft complementary finance law, the investment code, development in the regions as well as the deterioration of infrastructure in the country (condition of transport and export).

In turn, the Caretaker President emphasised the importance of the contribution of the Tunisian businessmen to the revival of the national economy and the promotion of investment and employment, a statement of the Presidency of the Republic reads.

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