Minister of Industry welcomes Tunisian investments in production of renewable energies and pharmaceutical industries

Gms: Khartoum, 25 January 2018 (SUNA)

The Minister of Industry Dr. Musa Mohamed Karama has welcomed the Tunisian investments in various industrial sectors in Sudan.


This came during a meeting Tuesday at his office in the ministry the Tunisian State Minister for Foreign Affairs in Charge of Economic Diplomacy Hatem Shahruddin al-Farjani, who arrived in the country headed by a delegation comprising a number of Tunisian companies and businessmen.
The Tunisian delegation expressed their desire to invest in the Sudan in the sectors of renewable energy production, solar batteries, pharmaceutical industries, electromechanical industries and engine oil industry, stressing that Tunisia is a gateway to Sudanese industrial products to European countries.
The minister explained the industrial investment opportunities available in the Sudan in the fields of pharmaceutical, leather, textile, meat and renewable energies. He pointed out that the State of Tunisia has long and accumulated experience in these industries, enumerating the advantages guaranteed by the Sudanese Investment Law for investors from inside and outside the country including the equality between the foreign and national investors to enjoy all the investment advantages.
The minister praised the bilateral cooperation relations between the two countries, stressing that Sudan is a promising market for Tunisian industrial products, particularly that Sudan is bordering African countries that are closed and have no ports and are dependent in consumption on the Sudanese industrial products.
The minister reiterated his welcome to the Tunisian industrial and business investments to Sudan. He said that the ministry's doors would remain open to Tunisian investors and companies, adding that the ministry will provide all facilities and simplify procedures for Tunisian investments in Sudan.
It is to be recalled that the delegation of Tunisian businessmen and companies participated in the activities of the Tunisian Economic Forum, held on January 23-24 at Al-Salam Rotana Hotel in Khartoum.

 


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