21st October, 2020
The Embassy of Tunisia in London in partnership with the Arab British Chamber of Commerce (ABCC), the Tunisian British Chamber of Commerce (TBCC) and the British Department of International Trade, on Thursday 22 October, hosted the "Tunisia-UK Trade and Investment e-Forum."
Rt. Hon. Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean, ABCC Chairman, described Tunisia as a wonderful place to visit and do business and looked forward to the resumption of normal business once we are rid of the pandemic which she believed would be soon.
"The UK was clearly paying closer attention to the market evident in the recent appointment of a Trade Envoy for Tunisia and she was encouraged by the role of the new UK ambassador to Tunis who was dedicated to strengthening bilateral relations," she said.
The ABCC would continue to provide support with its partners and the dialogue between the UK and Tunisia would go on, Baroness Symons added.
In his keynote address to the webinar Tunisian Minister of Economy, Finance and Investment Promotion, H E Mr Ali Kooli recalled the traditional ties between both countries and their joint willingness to preserve the momentum of the bilateral relations.
To this end, he said that Tunisia could be a real opportunity to many companies for an efficient relocation of their activities in the Mediterranean.
The richness of the country’s ecosystem focused on new technologies an innovation and the respect of international norms and regulations are good reasons to truly believe in our partnership, the Minister said.
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