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Tunisia: Qatari Al Dolaimi Group to invest in Islamic banking, petrochemicals

Qatari businessman, Abdulaziz Al Dolaimi said his group is interested in post-Revolution Tunisia and mulls investing in areas of activities of the group, including Islamic banking and petrochemical energy.

"Tunisia has several assets that encourage investment, including basic infrastructure and adequate human resources with a high level of education," he said, as he met, Monday, Interim President Moncef Marzouki.

"These assets bring an added value to investment and our investment group will build on them to carry out major development projects in Tunisia," he said.


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