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Total Tunisia welcomes Abdesslam Rhnimi as its new boss

Total Tunisia welcomes Abdesslam Rhnimi as its new boss

The 50-year-old Moroccan becomes CEO of Total Tunisia and also Country Chair of the Group in Tunisia.

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            ▪ Total Tunisia welcomes Abdesslam Rhnimi as its new boss

▪ The 50-year-old Moroccan becomes CEO of Total Tunisia and also Country Chair of the Group in Tunisia.

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31/01/2020 at 18h44, by Aurélie Benoit

Abdesslam Rhnimi succeeds Mansur Zhakupov, a Kazakh national who has held the post since 2017.

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