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The Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA-Tunisia) editions of the Tunisia Investment Forum last forum took place on 11th through 12th June 2015 at El Mouradi Gammarth Hotel, Tunis under the theme: “Invest in TUNISIA, Join the Growing Success”.
Previous editions were attended by no less than 1,456 people including 535 foreign participants from some 30 various countries. 212 foreign companies and 21 private engineering and consulting offices were also present together with 70 Tunisian and foreign journalists, 39 foreign ambassadors and representatives of foreign embassies accredited in Tunisia.
Invest in Tunisia is organising the following :
“Tunisia-UK: Trade and Investment Forum”
TAP informed on Friday, 11 September 2015
Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA) informed on its WEB site that “Tunisia-UK: Trade and Investment Forum”, a promotional economic exhibition will be held on 19 and 20 October 2015 in London.
This forum is “the promotion of Tunisia in British business”, as part of a collaboration between the FIPA bureau and the Tunisia Embassy in London and Office DMA (Developing Markets Associates), consulting firm, specializing in emerging markets.
FIPA announces the participation of a high ministerial delegation and representatives of Tunisian companies from the public and private sectors.
The programme of the forum will include interventions and presentations by Ministers and officials in the agencies and Tunisian companies in priority sectors such as ICT, infrastructure and energy.
It provides in addition to plenary sessions, sectoral working workshops, bilateral meetings with British and international investors, leaders in their fields.
In the program, a private dinner with officials and British parliamentarians, representatives of British companies and visits to the financial institution ‘City UK’, the London Stock Exchange, the Parliament and a few British industrial companies.
TAP ( http://www.tap.info.tn ) writes :
The guidance note of the strategic development plan 2016-2020 predicts an ambitious growth rate of 5% in the next five years, against 1.5% achieved between 2011 and 2015.
Developed by the Ministry of Development, International Co-operation and Investment, the growth pattern for 2016-2020 released Wednesday, was submitted mainly to government coalition parties (Nidaa Tounes, Ennahdha, Afek Tounes and the Free Patriotic Union). It presents an alternative development model that sets the bar very high, targeting more “economic efficiency based on innovation and partnership, social inclusion and sustainable development.”
Growth conditioned by boost of investments
The achievement of this ambitious growth rate remains dependent on a set of hypotheses, including particularly the gradual recovery of the economic activity in the first two years of the five-year plan period to achieve the economic boost from 2018.
According to the guidance note, the essential conditions for the recovery of the national economy are “the significant development of the investment effort, bringing the investment rate from 18.5% of GDP in 2015 to 25% by 2020. The overall volume of investments will accordingly reach 125 billion dinars for the entire period.”
For further reading see at http://www.tap.info.tn/en/index.php/economy/29462-development-plan-2016-2020-aims-to-raise-growth-to-5