Tunisia invites Malaysian investors

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The Taparura project in Sfax, Tunisia, spreads over 2,000 hectares

Malaysian property developers have been asked to grab investment opportunities in Tunisia, which is undertaking the development of a new $20 billion city in Sfax, a coastal town 270 kilometers south-east of the capital, Tunis.

Tunisian and Malaysian firms met at the Malaysia-Tunisia Business Engagement 2013 conference held in Tunis on April 17 to discuss possible investments in the project Taparura, which comprises of a township and hotels and will begin construction in July 2013 once Malaysian developers are ready to participate.

Taparura is currently one of the largest development projects in the Sahel, and will also boast tourists facilities, leisure spaces and health and education institutions, being a strong sign for the recovery of the Tunisian economy.

Tunisia has invited Malaysian developers such as Glomac Bhd, United Malayan Land Bhd and United Engineering Group.

The North African country could also serve as a hub for the export of Malaysian halal products to markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, it emerged at the conference. Tunisian businessmen attending the conference were mainly from the linen, textile manufacturing, halal food products, Islamic banking and tourism sectors.

In exchange, Tunisian firms are now expected to visit Malaysian corporations such as KPJ Healthcare Bhd, Putrajaya Holdings, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, and the Perdana Leadership Foundation.

 



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[caption id="attachment_8489" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Taparura project in Sfax, Tunisia, spreads over 2,000 hectares[/caption] Malaysian property developers have been asked to grab investment opportunities in Tunisia, which is undertaking the development of a new $20 billion city in Sfax, a coastal town 270 kilometers south-east of the capital, Tunis. Tunisian and Malaysian firms met at the Malaysia-Tunisia Business Engagement 2013 conference held in Tunis on April 17 to discuss possible investments in the project Taparura, which comprises of a township and hotels and will begin construction in July 2013 once Malaysian developers are ready to participate. Taparura is currently one...

taparura
The Taparura project in Sfax, Tunisia, spreads over 2,000 hectares

Malaysian property developers have been asked to grab investment opportunities in Tunisia, which is undertaking the development of a new $20 billion city in Sfax, a coastal town 270 kilometers south-east of the capital, Tunis.

Tunisian and Malaysian firms met at the Malaysia-Tunisia Business Engagement 2013 conference held in Tunis on April 17 to discuss possible investments in the project Taparura, which comprises of a township and hotels and will begin construction in July 2013 once Malaysian developers are ready to participate.

Taparura is currently one of the largest development projects in the Sahel, and will also boast tourists facilities, leisure spaces and health and education institutions, being a strong sign for the recovery of the Tunisian economy.

Tunisia has invited Malaysian developers such as Glomac Bhd, United Malayan Land Bhd and United Engineering Group.

The North African country could also serve as a hub for the export of Malaysian halal products to markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, it emerged at the conference. Tunisian businessmen attending the conference were mainly from the linen, textile manufacturing, halal food products, Islamic banking and tourism sectors.

In exchange, Tunisian firms are now expected to visit Malaysian corporations such as KPJ Healthcare Bhd, Putrajaya Holdings, Universiti Tun Abdul Razak, and the Perdana Leadership Foundation.

 



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