The Co-Development & Investment Consortium has allocated 200 million dollars to Tunisia.
Lyonel Louis Voiron, one of the founders of the fund said “the choice on Tunisia was made in the light of the democratic transition the country is facing and the efforts made to revive economic growth and ensure social Development.”
He added, “What we want to develop is an endogenous field by promoting investment in businesses, where emphasis will be placed on encouraging capital to invest in small and medium enterprises (SMEs).”
Jamel Eddine Chichti coordinator and representative of CDIC in Tunisia stressed, for his part, that the “fund seeks to attract investment to Tunisia especially in ICT, renewable energy and agribusiness.”
It also plans to invest in public and private projects. Add to that, the projects to be implemented under the public-private partnership and the 22 projects presented at the International Conference Invest in Tunisia: Start up Democracy held on September 8, 2014 in Tunis.