China wants to develop its investments in Tunisia

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The ways and means of strengthening bilateral cooperation between Tunisia and China at the level of strategic partnership have been at the center of a conversation Wednesday between the minister of foreign Affairs Khemais Jhinaoui, and the Chinese ambassador in Tunisia, Wang Wenbin, says the ministry in a press release made public on Wednesday.

La Chine souhaite développer ses investissements en Tunisie

The two sides discussed during the interview of the state of progress of the projects funded by China, in the course of study or completion, such as the project of the hospital of Sfax, the sports complex and youth of Ben Arous and the diplomatic Academy, as well as means of identifying the investment opportunities in Tunisia for the chinese enterprises, said the ministry of foreign Affairs.

Jhinaoui has called in this regard to the exploitation of economic events to come, such as the business Forum, the china-arab summit in Tunisia on 2 and 3 April 2019, and the economic Forum, tunisia-chinese, which will be organized at the initiative of Tunisia to the intention of the businessmen and companies in china to make the investment climate in Tunisia and the infrastructure projects included in the development plan 2016-2020.

The minister of the AE has also discussed with the chinese diplomat of the promising prospects offered by the tripartite cooperation between Tunisia, China, and african and asian countries, through the facilities of mutual enabling enterprises of the two countries to promote their products on the markets of the two continents, said the same source.

For its part, the Chinese ambassador reiterated his country to continue to support the efforts of Tunisia to the successful economic transition and to study the investment projects proposed.

The relations between Tunisia and China have experienced a remarkable development in recent years, in particular as regards the number of visits exchanged between officials of the two countries, including the official visit of the minister of foreign Affairs in China from 18 to 20 July 2017, in response to a visit to Tunisia of minister of foreign Affairs of china, Wang Yi, on 13 and 14 may 2016.

Source: TAP <!–

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