Tunisian Ambassador Salah Hannachi said March 13 that Japanese businesses will find the North African country an efficient regional industrial platform on which to support operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Tunisia’s free-trade-zone agreement with the European Union, signed in 1995, went into effect two weeks ago, and foreign firms investing in the country will benefit from this and other trade arrangements with its neighbors, Hannachi told The Japan Times.

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