A cooperation and partnership agreement was signed between the Confederation of Tunisian Citizen Enterprises (CONECT) and its Malagasy counterpart, the Grouping of
Companies of Madagascar (GEM) in Ambohijatovoa (Madagascar), the employers’ organization announced in a statement Saturday.
Under this agreement the economic operators of both countries will benefit from facilitations, incentives and quick access to economic information available to both parties and a special support, through the services of CONECT and GEM.
The agreement was signed on the sidelines of the visit of President of the CONECT Tarak Cherif to Madagascar, where he had held talks on Thursday in Antananarivo (Capital) with President of Madagascar Hery Rajaonarimampianina on relations of economic cooperation and partnership between economic operators of both countries, according to CONECT.
The President of Madagascar expressed the special interest of his country to develop its cooperative relations with Tunisia, particularly in technical fields and in new technologies with the high expertise enjoyed by Tunisian businesses and skills, the statement also reads.
Cherif had also held talks with the Ministers of Economy and Planning and Industry and Private Sector Development on the exchange of experiences and the development of partnership between the private sectors in both countries.