100 Tunisian industrialists take part in Tunisian-Libyan Exhibition

Credit goes to Libya Herald

Over 100 industrial and commercial Tunisian establishments participated in the Libyan-Tunisian Exhibition for the Development of Industry and Trade held in Misrata from January 16 to 18.

The event was inaugurated by Libyan prime minister Abd Alhamid Aldabaiba in the presence of Libyan Mohamed Hwej, Minister of Economy and Trade, a number of undersecretaries of the Ministries of Trade and Industry, Fathi Al-Amin, Chairman of the Misrata Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, a group of owners of Libyan Industrial and Commercial Companies, with the participation of a Tunisian delegation that includes 100 industrial and commercial establishments headed by the Minister of Equipment and Housing, Sarah Zafarani Zanzari.

This three-day exhibition, organised by the Tunisia-Africa Business Council (TABC) in partnership with the Misrata Chamber of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture, will run till January 18 with the participation of over 200 Tunisian and Libyan companies.

The goal of the Tunisian participation is to encourage the national companies to set up in the Misrata free zone, east of Libya, which will help them access new markets, notably the sub-Saharan Africa region.

The exhibition will also help better promote the specificities of the Misrata region, which represents an access gate for Tunisian companies to Africa, the organisers said.

The event brings together companies from the construction, food, mechanical and electro-mechanical, plastics, pharmaceutical, technology, and telecommunications industries, as well as the leather, water treatment, banking, and insurance sectors.


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