More than 40 businessmen, mostly young ambitious exporters , have moved to Cameroon with Cepex, whose exploration of Cameroonian market, has been strengthened by the presence of Secretary of Tate in charge of Foreign Trade. The presence of Chokri Mamoghli was sincerely appreciated by the trade authorities in Cameroon, the minister in charge of trade was at the airport to welcome the Tunisian official and provided all logistics to facilitate contacts between men d business.
Food products, services, construction products and education services were dispayed within a show since the beginning of this business trip to Yaoundé, the administrative capital of Cameroon. Printed and audio-visual media of Cameroon, covered the event and even TV5 Africa was involved.
Throughout the day Tunisian exporters did not hesitate to make available to visitors Tunisian sweeties as contacts between business were going on at the premises of Yaoundé Metropolitan Building where Tunisian companies were exhibiting their products and services, namely a lot of international trade companies, but also TPR of Idéal or health Carthago Ceramic , TMI Socodal and others.
For his part,, Secretary of State in charge of External Trade Chokri Mamoghli conferred with Cameroonian Trade Minister Luc Magloire Mbarga Atangana.
The two officials pointed out the common will of the two countries’ Heads of State to boost and diversify bilateral co-operation in the economic and trade fields.
Mr. Mamoghli reviewed, on the occasion, Tunisia’s external trade performances and expressed the country’s commitment to be more open on Africa and establish a more fruitful partnership with the continent’s regional groupings.
For his part, the Cameroonian minister expressed his country’s wish to make the most of the Tunisian experience in upgrading the industrial sector and modernising the economy.
Besides, the secretary of State had a talk with minister delegate in charge of relations with the Islamic World Adoum Gargoum, who expressed wish to boost co-operation between the two countries, in line with the 8th high joint committee’s recommendations.
Mr. Chokri Mamoghli reasserted, on the occasion, Tunisia’s will to reinforce bilateral partnership in all fields and encourage a better exchange of experiences and expertise between the two countries.