DPI chooses SICAM (Bayahi group) for its first Tunisian coup ($56m)

DPI chooses SICAM (Bayahi group) for its first Tunisian coup ($56m)

As we foresaw back in April, the British private equity firm has chosen Tahar Bayahi’s agri-food subsidiary for its first direct investment in Tunisia.

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            ▪ DPI chooses SICAM (Bayahi group) for its first Tunisian coup ($56m)

▪ As we foresaw back in April, the British private equity firm has chosen Tahar Bayahi’s agri-food subsidiary for its first direct investment in Tunisia.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/804452/dpi-chooses-sicam-bayahi-group-for-its-first-tunisian-coup-56m/

21/05/2020 at 07h29, by Jeune Afrique Business+

“We have been looking at opportunities in the Tunisian market for a long time,” says Sofiane Lahmar, Partner at Development Partners International (DPI).

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