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Welcome to the News page of FIPA-Tunisia, your source. To be on the lookout for new developments in the investment environment and new locations in Tunisia. The “News” section also keeps you informed of FIPA’s participation in international events. Explore our articles for an in-depth understanding of the developments impacting the Tunisian economic landscape.

15 04 2024

Germany’s Habemus Solutions expands its digital activities in Tunisia

Habemus Solutions, the German company specialising in electronic engineering and embedded software, which has been operating in Sfax since 2020, has just announced the opening of a second office in the Tunisian capital, Tunis. The announcement was made by its Managing Director, Gottfried Fisher, during his meeting with Mr Jalel TEBIB, Managing Director of FIPA […]

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12 04 2024

The American company Visteon inaugurates its third unit in Tunisia

On 12 April 2024, Visteon Tunisia, which specialises in electronic automotive components, inaugurated a new unit in Bir El Bey, Tunisia, in the presence of Sachin Lawande, Group Executive Director. The new unit was set up by 100% Tunisian skills in the space of ten months, with a 60% integration rate, to create 400 additional […]

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22 03 2024

Japan’s Sumitomo builds its third plant in Tunisia

The Japanese group and global leader Sumitomo has just begun construction work on its third and largest automotive wiring harness factory in Tunisia, following those in Jendouba and El-Fejja.
The new production unit, Sumitomo Electric Bordnetze Tunisia, will focus on manufacturing wiring harnesses for Mercedes electric vehicles…

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07 03 2024

Swiss group Zühlke Engineering sets up in Tunisia

The Swiss group Zühlke Engineering, which specialises in strategy, innovation and the development of digital solutions, has announced its intention to set up in Tunisia. At a meeting with the Director General of the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA Tunisia), Jalel Tebib, the Group’s Projects and Investments Manager, Predrag Poposki, confirmed this decision. Zühlke Engineering plans to initially recruit around thirty Tunisian engineers with specialist skills, with the aim of doubling this number in the medium term. The decision to locate in Tunisia was motivated by a number of factors, including the availability of engineering talent, strategic positioning, geographical proximity and the country’s cultural diversity. Jalel Tebib hailed Zühlke Engineering’s choice of Tunisia and stressed the advantages of the country’s business climate and regulatory framework for foreign investment. He also highlighted FIPA-Tunisia’s role in advising, guiding and assisting foreign companies, affirming the agency’s commitment to supporting Zühlke’s move into Tunisia…

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22 02 2024

Tunisia’s economic outlook remains promising

According to the BMI Tunisia Country Risk Report, Q2 2024, forecasts indicate a modest improvement in real GDP growth from 0.5% in 2023 to 1.3% in 2024, driven by factors such as increased household consumption and controlled import growth. According to BMI’s Tunisia Country Risk Report for the second quarter of 2024, forecasts point to […]

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14 01 2024

A global specialist in special packaging sets up in Tunisia

The first subsidiary of “ETILOG”, based in Presov, Slovakia, and specialized in the manufacture of special packaging for the automotive and aerospace industries, will soon be set up in the Sbikha2 industrial zone in Kairouan (central Tunisia). The first phase will create 210 jobs, according to the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA-Tunisie). In anticipation of […]

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