Tunisian President Moncef Marzouki on Sunday invited Japan’s businesses to invest and play a major role in his country’s transition toward democracy and a free-market economy.

Speaking at a roundtable meeting with Japanese corporate executives, Marzouki, who became head of state in 2011 after Tunisia’s “Jasmine Revolution,” assured that his country’s reform drive is making strong progress.

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