Tunisia-Chinese Investments

Tunisia encourages more Chinese investments including from Huawei

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Tunis, Tunisia - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of meeting of Tunisian Ministry of Development, Investment and International Cooperation in progress

Tunis, Tunisia - March 11, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
2. SOUNDBITE (Arabic, dubbed with English) Zied Ladhari, Tunisian Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation:
"I've discussed with our Chinese friends ways of boosting investments in Tunisia in many sectors like industry, railways, transportation, energy and banking. The Chinese way of doing business is very efficient. It is within the spirit of the Belt and Road Initiative. Chinese enterprises, banks and investment companies offer the best services at the best price and respect deadlines. China is a distinguished partner for Tunisia and Africa."

FILE: Tunis, Tunisia - Date Unknown (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland))
3. People signing large poster at award ceremony for Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy (HAINA)
4. Cameraman
5. Exhibition stand of Huawei

Tunis, Tunisia - March 11, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic, dubbed with English) Zied Ladhari, Tunisian Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation:
"I've learnt about Huawei's activity, its technological and research potential and the programs it presents to develop the ICT (information and communications technology) sector, as well as its role in offering technical solutions in several countries, including Tunisia. Huawei is leading company in technology and development. Tunisia will increase cooperation with Huawei."

FILE: Tunis, Tunisia - Jan 4, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of signing ceremony of memorandum of understanding between Huawei, Tunisian Institute for Strategic Studies (ITES) in progress

Tunis, Tunisia - March 9, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
8. SOUNDBITE (French, dubbed with English) Omar Mekni, expert:
"Tunisia aims to increase foreign investment and to boost export. It's a win-win partnership. Tunisia can become a platform for the export of Chinese products in several fields. We have the skills. We can develop the infrastructure with our partners."
9. Various of exhibition of technological products

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Tunisia is encouraging more Chinese investments and will offer support and privileges to Chinese enterprises that will invest in the country, said the Tunisian investment minister on Monday.

Zied Ladhari, the Tunisian Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation, said that his recent visit to China was successful on all levels.

During the visit earlier this year, the Tunisian delegation led by Ladhari met with the representatives of Chinese companies that are keen to invest in Tunisia in several fields including textiles, food and energy industries.

"I've discussed with our Chinese friends ways of boosting investments in Tunisia in many sectors like industry, railways, transportation, energy and banking. The Chinese way of doing business is very efficient. It is within the spirit of the Belt and Road Initiative. Chinese enterprises, banks and investment companies offer the best services at the best price and respect deadlines. China is a distinguished partner for Tunisia and Africa," said Ladhari.

After visiting the research center of the Chinese telecoms equipment manufacturer Huawei in Beijing, Ladhari proposed the establishment of a center of the tech giant in Tunisia's industrial zone.

"I've learnt about Huawei's activity, its technological and research potential and the programs it presents to develop the ICT (information and communications technology) sector, as well as its role in offering technical solutions in several countries, including Tunisia. Huawei is leading company in technology and development. Tunisia will increase cooperation with Huawei," said Ladhari.

Omar Mekni, a Tunisian expert in research and development, also expressed a warm welcome to the cooperation projects with China.

"Tunisia aims to increase foreign investment and to boost export. It's a win-win partnership. Tunisia can become a platform for the export of Chinese products in several fields. We have the skills. We can develop the infrastructure with our partners," said Mekni.

Tunisian authorities have formally invited the vice president of Huawei to attend the Tunisia Investment Forum (TIF) this year which will be organized by the country's Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA) and will be held from June 20-21.

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Tunisia-Chinese Investments

Tunisia encourages more Chinese investments including from Huawei

Dateline : March 11/9, 2019/Recent/File

Location : Tunisia

Duration : 2'05

  • English
  • Français
  • العربية


Tunis, Tunisia - Recent (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of meeting of Tunisian Ministry of Development, Investment and International Cooperation in progress

Tunis, Tunisia - March 11, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
2. SOUNDBITE (Arabic, dubbed with English) Zied Ladhari, Tunisian Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation:
"I've discussed with our Chinese friends ways of boosting investments in Tunisia in many sectors like industry, railways, transportation, energy and banking. The Chinese way of doing business is very efficient. It is within the spirit of the Belt and Road Initiative. Chinese enterprises, banks and investment companies offer the best services at the best price and respect deadlines. China is a distinguished partner for Tunisia and Africa."

FILE: Tunis, Tunisia - Date Unknown (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland))
3. People signing large poster at award ceremony for Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy (HAINA)
4. Cameraman
5. Exhibition stand of Huawei

Tunis, Tunisia - March 11, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
6. SOUNDBITE (Arabic, dubbed with English) Zied Ladhari, Tunisian Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation:
"I've learnt about Huawei's activity, its technological and research potential and the programs it presents to develop the ICT (information and communications technology) sector, as well as its role in offering technical solutions in several countries, including Tunisia. Huawei is leading company in technology and development. Tunisia will increase cooperation with Huawei."

FILE: Tunis, Tunisia - Jan 4, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
7. Various of signing ceremony of memorandum of understanding between Huawei, Tunisian Institute for Strategic Studies (ITES) in progress

Tunis, Tunisia - March 9, 2019 (CGTN - No access Chinese mainland)
8. SOUNDBITE (French, dubbed with English) Omar Mekni, expert:
"Tunisia aims to increase foreign investment and to boost export. It's a win-win partnership. Tunisia can become a platform for the export of Chinese products in several fields. We have the skills. We can develop the infrastructure with our partners."
9. Various of exhibition of technological products


Tunisia is encouraging more Chinese investments and will offer support and privileges to Chinese enterprises that will invest in the country, said the Tunisian investment minister on Monday.

Zied Ladhari, the Tunisian Minister of Development, Investment and International Cooperation, said that his recent visit to China was successful on all levels.

During the visit earlier this year, the Tunisian delegation led by Ladhari met with the representatives of Chinese companies that are keen to invest in Tunisia in several fields including textiles, food and energy industries.

"I've discussed with our Chinese friends ways of boosting investments in Tunisia in many sectors like industry, railways, transportation, energy and banking. The Chinese way of doing business is very efficient. It is within the spirit of the Belt and Road Initiative. Chinese enterprises, banks and investment companies offer the best services at the best price and respect deadlines. China is a distinguished partner for Tunisia and Africa," said Ladhari.

After visiting the research center of the Chinese telecoms equipment manufacturer Huawei in Beijing, Ladhari proposed the establishment of a center of the tech giant in Tunisia's industrial zone.

"I've learnt about Huawei's activity, its technological and research potential and the programs it presents to develop the ICT (information and communications technology) sector, as well as its role in offering technical solutions in several countries, including Tunisia. Huawei is leading company in technology and development. Tunisia will increase cooperation with Huawei," said Ladhari.

Omar Mekni, a Tunisian expert in research and development, also expressed a warm welcome to the cooperation projects with China.

"Tunisia aims to increase foreign investment and to boost export. It's a win-win partnership. Tunisia can become a platform for the export of Chinese products in several fields. We have the skills. We can develop the infrastructure with our partners," said Mekni.

Tunisian authorities have formally invited the vice president of Huawei to attend the Tunisia Investment Forum (TIF) this year which will be organized by the country's Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA) and will be held from June 20-21.

ID : 8105709

Published : 2019-03-15 10:50

Last Modified : 2019-03-15 16:05:30

Source : China Global Television Network (CGTN)

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