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    Tunisia, Algeria discuss construction of Tunis-Annaba roadway

    Tunisian Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi and Algerian Transport Minister Mohamed Meghlaoui met Monday (October 30th) in Tunis to discuss progress in transport relations between the two countries. They reviewed the possibility of constructing a Tunis-Annaba roadway, as both sides said they would benefit from the new route. The officials also outlined the need to boost sea links and discussed possible connection of the Maghreb railway transport networks.

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    Algeria 'Guest of honour' at Tunis International Fair

    As instructed by President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, prime minister Mohamed Ghannouchi opened, on Friday, the 2006 Tunis International Fair (2006 FIT), which is to last until November 18, with official participation of some 400 exhibitors from Arab and other countries (Algeria, Libya, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Kuwait, Tunisia, Czech Republic, India) and attendance from trade and handicrafts minister Mondher Zenaidi, UAE's economy minister Sheikha Lubna Bent Khaled Al Quassemi and several diplomats, factory-owners and businessmen.

    Alongside the foreign attendance, some 170 Tunisian enterprises are taking part in this event.

    The Prime minister toured the stand of Algeria, received in this edition of the Fair and for the first time as a "guest of honour." Never had the Algerian participation been so important: some sixty enterprises represent Algeria, Tunisia's second Maghreb partner.

    It is also worth reminding that trade exchanges between Tunisia and Algeria went up by 80%, during the 2004-05 period.

    The 2006 FIT is marked by the attendance of outstanding Arab enterprises: 30 Libyan firms, 38 Egyptian companies, 60 Syrian enterprises, 28 Iraqi firms, 20 from Kuwait, in addition to 11 Czech exhibitors and 3 participants from India.

    Besides, Mr. Ghannouchi got acquainted with the Tunisian products (textile, cosmetics, furniture, home appliances and handicrafts) on display in this Fair.

    One hundred and seventy Tunisian enterprises operate in the field of trade distribution linked to the industrial production enterprises.

    The 2006 edition of the Fair is also characterised by the participation of delegations of African businessmen from Togo, Benin and Burkina Faso.

    Algeria 'Guest of honour' at Tunis International Fair

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    Algerian Minister of Commerce El-Hachemi Djaaboub was in Tunis on Wednesday (November 15th) to meet with the country's Foreign Minister Abdelwahab Abdallah and Trade Minister Mondher Zenaidi. They discussed the removal of trade barriers between their countries. The demand was also supported by businessmen participating in the Tunis International Fair, who stressed that exemption of duties and taxes for Tunisian products in Algeria and vice-versa would be very beneficial and encourage bilateral investments. Djaaboub and Zenaidi vowed to step up work on preparation of a bilateral trade agreement and expressed belief it would give a strong boost to Maghreb economic integration.

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    Tunisia, Algeria industry ministers discuss co-operation

    Tunisian Industry, Energy and Small- and Medium-sized Firms Minister Afif Chelbi met with his Algerian counterpart Mahmoud Khedri on Monday (January 29th). The two discussed co-operation prospects - particularly measures to encourage private investors from the two countries to intensify co-operation. Fifty Tunisian industrial firms are settled in Algeria and 16 Algerian firms operate in Tunisia. The two ministers expressed satisfaction with the level of collaboration, saying that it helps the two countries to meet new external and internal economic challenges.

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    Les Tunisiens investissent dans l'aluminium en Algérie

    Jeudi 19 juillet 2007 -- Le numéro un tunisien des profilés en alliage d'aluminium va s'implanter prochainement en Algérie et en Libye, a rapporté hier l'AFP citant un dirigeant de la société, Tunisie Profilés Aluminium (TPR).

    Pour un investissement de 55 millions de dinars (31 millions d'euros), la société aura d'ici fin 2008 deux usines opérationnelles aux environs d'Alger et de Tripoli. TPR, filiale du groupe tunisien Payahi, détient 90% des parts du marché national, avec une production de plus de 20 000 tonnes par an, et exporte en Afrique (Sénégal, Mali, Burkina) et en Europe (France, Italie, Belgique).

    La société est entrée en Bourse en mai dernier pour financer la délocalisation d'une partie de ses activités en Algérie et en Libye. Ses dirigeants tablent sur la construction programmée d'un million de logements d'ici à 2009 en Algérie et un marché actuel de 10 000 tonnes/an de profilés d'aluminium.

    Ils misent aussi sur des perspectives de croissance jugées importantes en Libye, avec des projets d'infrastructures touristiques et la construction de 400 000 logements d'ici 2011, soulignent-ils.


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    July 19, 2007 -- Tunisie Profilés Aluminium (TPR), which leads with 90% of Tunisia's market share in aluminium alloy extrusion, is soon to expand to Algeria and Libya, an AFP dispatch quoted a company manager as saying on Wednesday (July 18th). TPR is to build two factories, in Algiers and Tripoli, by 2008, for a total of 55m Tunisian dinars. TPR, which was floated on the stock market in May, exports to seven countries in Africa and Europe. In Algeria, demand for extruded aluminium is 10,000 tonnes per annum and should increase with the government's programme to build one million homes by 2009. Libya's market calls for the maintenance of major tourist projects and the construction of 400,000 homes by 2011. Company directors are banking on the planned construction of a million homes by 2009 in Algeria and a current market of 10,000 tonnes per annum of extruded aluminium.


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    Sancella Tunisie s’installe en Algérie

    Lundi 13 Août 2007 -- Connue en Algérie à travers une représentation chargée de la distribution, le groupe Sancella Tunisie, une filiale à 50% du suédois Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget (CSA), va désormais fabriquer ses produits d’hygiène dans notre pays. Selon notre source, ce groupe vient de prendre en location une unité de fabrication à Annaba. L’objectif, à long terme, étant d’en faire carrément l’acquisition. Cette unité emploie près de 400 personnes et exporte une moyenne de 35% de sa production vers les pays africains, le Moyen-Orient et l’Europe de l’Est.


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