TUNISIA HAS ISSUED 93 CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN FOR THE AFRICAN CONTINENTAL FREE TRADE AREA (AfCFTA) AGREEMENT

Tunisia has issued 93 certificates of origin for the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement to export chemical products, agri-food products, and semi-automatic machines to several African countries, primarily Cameroon, Ghana, Tanzania, and Mauritius, according to Bochra Lejmi, Director of Economic and Commercial Cooperation with Africa at the Ministry of Trade and Export Development. In a statement to TAP Agency, the official specified that the chemical products exported to these countries include resin, chemical fertilizers, quicklime, and hydrated lime, as well as agri-food products such as cheese and mustard.…

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WTO: Tunisia’s Trade Policy and Practices to Undergo Fourth Review Soon

Organisation mondiale du commerce : Bientôt le 4e examen de la politique et des pratiques commerciales de la Tunisie

The Trade Policy Review (TPR) report serves as a crucial benchmark on the international stage, reflecting Tunisia’s level of economic openness and fostering trust among the country’s trading partners and financiers. The launch of the fourth Trade Policy Review of Tunisia by the World Trade Organization (WTO) is imminent, with the date to be determined in consultation with the government. These anticipations were announced on April 5 following the third meeting of the National Commission for Relations with the WTO, according to a statement from the Ministry of Trade and…

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Tunisia: Petroafrica 2022 – international exhibition of oil, gas and renewable energy from 14 to 17 June 2022

A must-attend event for oil and gas professionals, PETROAFRICA 2022, the international exhibition of oil, gas and renewable energy was launched yesterday, Tuesday, June 14 at the Kram exhibition center in the Tunisian capital. Organized under the theme “The Digital Petro effect and novelty”, this edition has as guest of honor Nigeria and as friendly countries of the edition: Algeria and Senegal. “A rich program will accompany this great event, conferences and round tables will be led by national and international experts of great renown to discuss energy issues both…

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Egypt, Tunisia seek to boost transport cooperation

The transport ministers of Egypt and Tunisia have agreed on boosting cooperation and exchanging expertise to achieve best interests of their countries. Egypt’s Kamel el Wazir, in a meeting with his Tunisian counterpart Rabie al Mejidi via video conference on Tuesday 29/3/2022, discussed proposals to enhance cooperation in the field of maritime transport, whether through navigation lines between the two Arab countries or between Egypt and Europe through Tunisia. The meeting also took up cooperation among navigation companies in the two Arab countries to offer shipping and logistics services at…

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