Ahmed Lagha

Successful Round Table on “Resilience and Expansion Strategies for Tunisian Businesses: Navigating the Socio-Economic Crisis!”

Discussions revolved around various topics such as: Participants agreed on the importance of defining a sustainable and lasting format to maintain, unite, and strengthen this initiative in order to contribute to socio-economic development and reinforce the ecosystem. Stay tuned for upcoming events! Article written by Ahmed Lagha, co-founder of the Belgian branch of Mediterranean Development

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Conflicts between Italians and Europeans over the memorandum linking European Union and Tunisia

Debates are tense in the European Parliament over the Tunisia-European Union memorandum. Italy was criticised for acting under the guise of “Team Europe” without consulting either the European Parliament or the Member States, including Germany and twelve other countries. Listening to the debate, and in particular Commissioner Johansson’s responses, we learn that the 150 million

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Germany and nearshoring: how Tunisia is losing its main investors to neighbouring economies

Germany, which had placed its bets on post-revolutionary Tunisia, and was one of the main investors in strengthening the country’s human capacities, is now redirecting its investments towards emerging economies such as Morocco. Morocco is gradually becoming the main beneficiary of ‘nearshoring‘, which consists of relocating economic activities to regions close to those of origin.

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Human disaster in Libya after storm and destruction of dam

Libya is experiencing an unprecedented castrophic situation! From the eastern Mediterranean, on the night of Sunday to Monday September 11, the storm known as ‘Daniel’ recharged with moisture and energy to pour most of its force into Libya. The storm, which started out as an ordinary low-pressure phenomenon, became more intense as a result of

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