In an interview with African Manager, Boutheina Ben Yaghlane, Director General of the Deposit and Consignment Fund (French: CDC), said the institution will finance some structural projects to be presented at the International Investment Conference scheduled for November.
As financial leverage, the CDC will put the necessary resources to support these projects, assured Boutheina Ben Yaghlane, recalling that the fund is a key player in the economic and social development.
On the eve of this important or even crucial event for the country which seeks to guarantee development over the next five years, the government is working to mobilize international support to ensure its success.
Foreign Minister, Khemaies Jhinaoui has, in this context, said that more than 70 countries, parties and institutions were invited to take part in the meeting, organized jointly by Tunisia, Canada, France, Qatar and the Bank World.
The conference program includes a meeting November 29, 2016, chaired by the President and attended by the participants. It will be followed by workshops led by fifty stakeholders and will involve the participation of more than 1,500 Tunisian and foreign decision-makers. Work will focus on issues related to infrastructure, the green economy, sustainable development, regional development and job creation.