Morocco, Tunisia discuss to enhance economic exchanges

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Morocco and Tunisia discuss new thrust to their economic collaboration and do business and bring it to the level of the joint exemplary bonds.

Morocco, Tunisia discuss to enhance economic exchanges

Morocco, Tunisia discuss to enhance economic exchanges

Speaking at the opening of the Moroccan-Tunisian economic meeting which was held in the Tunisian capital prior to the official visit that HM King Mohammed VI will be paying to this country, Moroccan minister of Industry, trade, investment and digital economy, Moulay Hafid ElAlamy, and Tunisian minister of industry, energy and mining, Kamal Ben Naceur, took the floor to reiterate the mutual will of the two countries.

Stressing that the meeting is held in global and local circumstance of major economic and social difficulties, the Moroccan authority called the two countries to begin a strong and lasting partnership in order to create more development, decrease unemployment, and meet social objectives.

Tunisia is Morocco’s 35th customer and 31st supplier with a general volume of exchanges hardly reaching, in 2013, 2.58 billion Dirhams.

The Moroccan minister urged for taking the visit of HM King Mohammed VI to Tunisia to enhance economic bonds, in a modernized and long-term method urged by a practical win-win affiliation.

The same belief was shared by the Tunisian official who called for joining efforts to improve trade between the two countries, pointing out that Morocco and Tunisia are both willing to increase the level of exchanges from 1pc of their global exchanges presently to 10pc.

Over 200 Moroccan and Tunisian businessmen joined in the economic meeting.

Mohamed Dekkak