Tunisia hosts finance forum to promote trade, investment in Africa


By Ayten

TUNIS, May 25 (Xinhua) -- The fifth edition of Financing Investment and Trade in Africa (FITA 2022) forum opened on Wednesday in Tunisia, in a bid to promote inter-African trade and investment in the continent.

Inaugurating the two-day forum, Tunisian Prime Minister Najla Bouden Romdhane said about 3,500 people from 45 countries, including African ministers and heads of international organizations and institutions, participate in the "exceptional" event, according to a government statement.

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