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Building: Tunisia to participate next October in world building exhibition in Paris

May 18, 2022

(TAP) - Tunisia will participate in the World Building Exhibition, to be held from October 3 to 6 at the Parc des Expositions, Paris Expo Porte de Versailles, with the participation of not less than 1300 Tunisian professionals in the sector.

'Bringing together, at the same time, three exhibitions including Batimat, Ideobain and Interclimat, the world building is the largest exhibition in the world because it is the only one to cover the entire value chain', Catherine Rousselot, marketing director of the world building, told TAP on the sidelines of a press conference organised around the tour 'Low Carbon Construction', by the Tunisian-French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CTFCI) and Promosalons Tunisia.

According to Catherine Rousselot, this tour 'Low Carbon Construction Tour', launched by the World Building, targets 12 European and African countries including Tunisia.

It aims to encourage industry professionals, who will participate in this exhibition, to adopt solutions that contribute to the carbon neutrality of buildings and exchange around this theme.

Speaking on this occasion, CTFCI President Khalil Chaibi said that this tour 'represents a privileged opportunity to promote a dynamic exchange between the stakeholders of the construction sector on the issues and future challenges of the sector and its inclusion in the national strategy low-carbon.

He also stressed that the world exhibition of building is visited each year by at least 1300 Tunisian professionals, adding that Tunisia is in the top 3 of foreign countries participating in this event.

As part of this exhibition, which will see the participation of more than 245 thousand international visitors and 2000 exhibitors, an international conference on the theme of low-carbon construction is planned, in addition to a symposium on the theme 'Regain productivity and improve the carbon balance.

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