Forty businessmen from the most important economic actors and promising sectors representing “Connacht International” will travel to the Maltese capital of La Valletta to participate in an economic forum on promoting economic exchange and investment between Tunisia and Malta, from 22 to 25 May 2022.
This Tunisian economic forum, organized at the initiative of the Confederation of Tunisian-International Citizens Corporations “Connacht International”, aims to promote economic exchange and investment between Tunisia and Malta, which represents a transshipment center in the Mediterranean, halfway between the Suez Canal and Gibraltar, as well as an emerging technological center. , according to the President of “Connacht International”, Fuad Qedish.
Qudish considered this forum one of the most important and powerful dates that will record the presence of actors from both parties in strategic sectors such as international trade, building and construction materials, food industries, information and communications technology, environment, health, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, energy, renewable energies, studies and consultancy for companies, international transport and logistics services.
This economic mission, the third post-pandemic we developed, and after the success of previous missions in Senegal and Mauritania, is organized in partnership with the Embassy of Tunisia in Malta, the Embassy of Malta in Tunisia, the “Malta Enterprise” and the Chamber of Malta.
It targets small and medium-sized companies looking for opportunities to expand into important foreign markets.
The mission will enable him to meet with the heads of the most important companies and the Connect Forum, the Connect Forum, the Connect Forum, the Connect Forum, the Connect Forum, the Maltese Departments Forum, as well as senior officials in order to link alliances and form strategic partnerships, according to Kadish.
The visit program also includes field visits in the capital, Lavalita, such as BNF Bank, IPG Robotics, Malta Life Science and Malta Freeport, in addition to organizing bilateral meetings between Tunisian businessmen and their Maltese counterparts in order to develop trade relations. and investment.
Note that the Malta Chamber is the oldest social partner in Malta, as it was established in 1848. The Chamber is affiliated with the Association of European Chambers of Commerce and Industry and a European Customs Organization.
It is also part of a European network to help enterprises, especially small and medium-sized enterprises, across the European Union, which enables them to provide practical services with added value to members and clients thanks to the support of nearly 600 business organizations in more than 64 countries.
It is noteworthy that Malta achieved in 2021 a growth rate of 5.7 percent, an inflation rate of 2 percent, and an unemployment rate of 3.6 percent. Its per capita GDP was 28.955 billion euros. Noting that the main economic dealers with Malta are Germany (12.5 percent), Italy (10.3 percent) and France (9 percent). The main suppliers are Italy (19.8 percent), Germany (7 percent) and the United Kingdom (6.7 percent).
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