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UTICA looks to renew key sectors in Tunisia

“I believe that highlighting the successes of successful domestic and foreign companies is one of the best communication tools to be exercised, ” said Majoul.

“A number of recent rankings, some of which were unfair to Tunisia, have had a negative impact on the image of our country, which forces us all to make the necessary efforts to change this image and to define the benefits of our country, ” says Samir Majoul, President of UTICA.

In his allocation during the opening of the national conference on ” Industry and Small and Medium Enterprises: Guaranteed Economic Development”, Samir Majoul, President of the Tunisian Union of Industry, Trade and Industry Craft expressed the satisfaction of UTICA to refocus on economic and vital issues, especially as the Union has always maintained that concern for the national economy and its problems are the cornerstone of progress and prosperity of Tunisia.

“There is today a consensus on the diagnosis of the economic reality of Tunisia and the difficulties faced by our country in this direction. I think that what is important at this stage is our ability to formulate a common vision of the future that will be a prelude to an early exit from the crisis and also the beginnings of the rescue. We believe that the essence of this vision must be based on the creation and liberalization of the Tunisian environment while encouraging investment, “he said.

He added: “When we talk about the Tunisian company, we are mainly talking about small and medium-sized enterprises, which represent the most important part of the national economic fabric. These small and medium-sized enterprises are the main link in investment, labor mobilization and exports. A strategic option on which we must all work, both in terms of image and success. After all the difficulties encountered by our country during the last seven years, we can say that the industrial fabric has survived. Today, what we are looking for is create a climate conducive to our small and medium businesses. We must also find the appropriate mechanisms to face the difficulties and help the institutions active in the various sectors to overcome their difficulties so that they recover because each company which closes its doors is not only a loss for the owner but also a loss for Tunisia and all Tunisians “.

On this occasion, the President of UTICA renewed his call to continue paying attention to the sectors of textile, leather, footwear, mechanics and traditional industries to overcome the difficulties they are still facing.

“I believe that highlighting the successes of successful domestic and foreign companies is one of the best communication tools to be exercised, ” said Majoul.

 TunisianMonitorOnline (Devdiscourse)

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