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The Executive Vice Chairman of Intesa Sanpaolo’s Management Board Marcello Sala, and the General Manager of Banque Internationale Arabe De Tunisie Slaheddine Lajimi signed a cooperation agreement in order to help their corporate customers deploy their internationalisation plans.
The agreement sets out supplying a full range of consulting, banking and financial services for businesses seeking to develop trade relations and joint industrial and manufacturing plans in Tunisia and Italy. Banque Internationale Arabe De Tunisie (BIAT) is the largest bank in Tunisia and one of the most important financial institutions in North Africa.
Intesa Sanpaolo is clearly committed to developing real-economy business with the MENA countries, especially Tunisia, a country with close economic and geographic ties to Italy.
To read the press release click here:
More information on Tunisia’s economic framework and political background are available in the section “Country Reports”.