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The Tamarziste (Meninx) and Ben Ayed (Poulina) clans have their sights set on Newrest Catering

The Tamarziste (Meninx) and Ben Ayed (Poulina) clans have their sights set on Newrest Catering

The two diversified Tunisian groups are looking to acquire Al Karama’s shares in the local subsidiary belonging to Newrest, formerly known as Catair.

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            ▪ The Tamarziste (Meninx) and Ben Ayed (Poulina) clans have their sights set on Newrest Catering

▪ The two diversified Tunisian groups are looking to acquire Al Karama’s shares in the local subsidiary belonging to Newrest, formerly known as Catair.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/802947/the-tamarziste-meninx-and-ben-ayed-poulina-clans-have-their-sights-set-on-newrest-catering/

11/02/2020 at 19h11, by Jeune Afrique Business+

The three interested companies – Meninx Holding, Poulina Group Holding and Catering Tunisie – were shortlisted following a call for expression of interest launched on 25 November 2019. The process, recommended by the Attijari Finances Tunisie and Attijari Finances Corp consortium, involves putting up for sale Al Karama Holding’s direct and indirect interests representing 50% of the share capital of Newrest Catering Tunisie. 

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