Bassem Loukil: “We are now working on several scenarios” in the face of the coronavirus pandemic

Bassem Loukil: “We are now working on several scenarios” in the face of the coronavirus pandemic

The conglomerate, with over 3,600 employees, has seen its business badly affected with the arrival of covid-19 in Tunisia. But the family holding company is already preparing for the post-crisis period.

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            ▪ Bassem Loukil: “We are now working on several scenarios” in the face of the coronavirus pandemic

▪ The conglomerate, with over 3,600 employees, has seen its business badly affected with the arrival of covid-19 in Tunisia. But the family holding company is already preparing for the post-crisis period.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/803637/bassem-loukil-nous-travaillons-aujourdhui-sur-plusieurs-scenarios-face-au-coronavirus/

17/03/2020 at 17h21, by Aurelie Benoit, updated 19/03/2020

“For the moment, we are counting on the recovery plan starting on 4 April,” explained the group’s CEO, Bassem Loukil, to Jeune Afrique Business+. But the Tunisian businessman, who runs one of the country’s largest enterprises, remains cautious and warns that this “will depend on how the health situation develops.” He confirms that at this stage, “several restart dates are on the table.” In the meantime, the head of government, Elyes Fakhfakh, announced new measures to deal with the crisis on 16 March.

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