In Tunis, Ricardo Mourinho Félix, vice-president of the European Investment Bank (EIB), reiterated the Bank’s ongoing commitment to economic growth and social inclusion in Tunisia.
Supporting entrepreneurship, innovation and social infrastructure is a key focal point of the vice-president’s visit to Tunisia. As part of this support, two financing contracts have been signed, one with OneTech Group and the other with microfinance institution Enda Tamweel.
Vice-President Mourinho Félix also announced €45 million in financing for the public transport authority Transtu to support more inclusive and sustainable mobility.
Since 2011, the EIB has committed €2.3 billion to financing projects in key sectors of the Tunisian economy such as energy, private sector support, infrastructure, education and social housing.
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