Cereal imports: Tunis negotiates with the EIB for a €150 million cheque

Cereal imports: Tunis negotiates with the EIB for a €150 million cheque

Penalised by the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, the country is counting on European financial support after launching a call for tenders to meet its grain needs.

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            ▪ Cereal imports: Tunis negotiates with the EIB for a €150 million cheque

▪ Penalised by the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, the country is counting on European financial support after launching a call for tenders to meet its grain needs.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/813620/cereal-imports-tunis-negotiates-with-the-eib-for-a-e150-million-cheque/

The European Investment Bank could rescue the Office des céréales by granting it an outstanding loan. According to a document consulted by Africa Business+, the amount currently on the negotiating table is €150 million, or 480 million dinars.

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