French Business Delegation to Travel to Dushanbe
Monday 30 March 2015
PARIS (MEDEF press service) – As part of its consultancy activities for Chief Executives, the France-Tajikistan comity of MEDEF International invites French businessmen to take part in the delegation that will travel to Dushanbe, the Wednesday, April 22 (from Paris) on Saturday, April 25 (return to Paris).
- MEDEF International is the most representative organisation of the French private sector at an international level: it represents the French Business Confederation (MEDEF) and its 800.000 companies, in the world. It gathers more than 6,700 French companies already operating in the world, in 70 Business Councils headed by 40 CEOs of major international French companies. MEDEF International is the Private Sector Liaison Officer for the World Bank, the EBRD, the ADB, the IDB and other Development Banks and International organisations
This first collective mission of French companies will seek to:
- to meet with members of Tajik Government to better understand its broad economic guidelines, sector-specific priorities and expectations from foreign investors;
- to better understand the progress on economic reforms, operational conditions and investment, and partnership in the country;
- to discuss project implementation arrangements, with local and multilateral partners;
- to speak directly to the Tajik policymakers questions and messages on projects in the country.
This travel will also be the opportunity to meet local French and Tajik business communities. To take part in this trip online registration should be made before Wednesday, April 15, 2015.
In parallel, today, the Embassy of Tajikistan in France in cooperation with the MEDEF International organised presentation of business and investment opportunities of Tajikistan which was held in the headquarters of the association. During the presentation attended by representatives of the French business community, Tajikistan potential and opportunities in priority spheres such as energy, industry, agriculture and tourism have been introduced.