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Algeria and Tunisia, promising markets for your business

Discover these cosmopolitan countries with untapped potential. Events The speech will be delivered in French and in English.

Registration deadline: February 25, 2020

Summary of the seminar

On February 27, 2020, come discover the many business opportunities available in Tunisia and Algeria. This activity, in partnership with the Canada-Arab Business Council (CABC), the Canada-Africa Chamber of Business (CACB) and the Council for Development Canada-Algeria (CDCA), will allow you to take stock of the current situation in these two countries and learn about different aspects like their business culture, the legal and tax framework and potential business sectors. You will also have the opportunity to meet the Tunisian Ambassador, Mohamed Imed Torjemane, and Faiza Latrous, Chargée d’affaires a.i at the Embassy of Algeria in Ottawa

Algeria and Tunisia are a business destination worth considering for any Quebec company wishing to develop internationally.

International trade accounts for a significant share of GDP in both countries:

  • 60.4% in the case of Algeria;
  • 99.5% in the case of Tunisia.

Click here to learn more about the Algerian and Tunisian markets.

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A unique opportunity to:

  • Understand the business context of these markets and their evolution;
  • Evaluate the potential for developing your business;
  • Network with other Quebec companies considering these markets;
  • Benefit from the advice of experts and companies operating in these countries;
  • Update your knowledge of the different industry perspectives.

Who should participate in this seminar?

Any company looking to develop its business in Algeria and Tunisia or to learn more about these markets.

This is particularly aimed at companies in the following industries:

  • Aeronautics
  • Agri-food industry
  • Agriculture
  • Automotive
  • Chemistry
  • Construction
  • Leather and footwear
  • Renewable energies
  • Electricity, mechanics and electronics
  • Offshoring
  • Plastics
  • Health
  • Textile and clothing
  • Information technology (ICT)
  • Tourism

Why Algeria?

Algeria, high value-added sectors and increasing inflows of foreign direct investment:

  • The country’s main imports: wheat, automobiles, petroleum products, dairy products and medicines
  • Investments in high value-added sectors: agro-industrial sector, renewable energies, services, digital economy and knowledge economy
  • Increased foreign direct investment into the local market with a proliferation of development projects in transport and infrastructure

Business opportunities between Canada and Algeria

Canada and Algeria have a dynamic trade relationship with two-way trade valued at more than $1.5 billion in 2017.

The infrastructure and consulting engineering services, education, aerospace, information and communications technology, and agriculture sectors represent attractive business opportunities for Canada.

Since July 2017, Air Canada has operated a direct flight between Montréal and Algiers, which facilitates trade and business opportunities.

Why Tunisia?

Tunisia, rising growth and investors who are regaining confidence:

  • GDP growth is expected to reach 2.9% in 2019 and 3.4% in 2020
  • Main imports: hydrocarbon-based products (about 13% of the total), followed by vehicles, electrical appliances and wheat
  • The main sectors that attract investment are energy, electronics, tourism and mechanical manufacturing

Business opportunities between Canada and Tunisia

For Canada, Tunisia offers opportunities in the infrastructure and consulting engineering service sectors, agriculture, education, information and communications technology, and green technology.

Negotiations are underway to conclude a Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (FIPA).

Prices

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Ticket(s)
Ticket(s) $110 * $155 *

Contact et informations

By phone:

514 871-4001

For more information:

Anaïs Nguyen
Advisor, International Market Development
514 871-4002 #6216
anguyen@ccmm.ca

No cancellations or refunds as of 48 business hours before the event. Participant substitutions are accepted until the event is held. Please send cancellation notices by email at reservations@ccmm.ca

Location

Plaza Centre-Ville (édifice EVO)

777 Robert-Bourassa Boulevard
Montréal, QC
H3C 3Z7

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Acclr, through its international trade department, receives financial support from Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions

 
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