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Tarek Mounib, the potential buyer of Ridha Charfeddine’s Unimed assets

Tarek Mounib, the potential buyer of Ridha Charfeddine’s Unimed assets

Tunisian businessman Ridha Charfeddine is planning to sell his pharmaceutical company to a new player in North African private equity.

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            ▪ Tarek Mounib, the potential buyer of Ridha Charfeddine’s Unimed assets

▪ Tunisian businessman Ridha Charfeddine is planning to sell his pharmaceutical company to a new player in North African private equity.

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05/11/2020 at 23h39, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 20/11/2020

The announcement came on 5 November. Tunisian businessman, trained pharmacist and politician Ridha Charfeddine is to sell Unimed, the pharmaceutical company he founded in the late 1980s. Today one of the largest in the country, it was floated on the stock market in 2016. Little information is being circulated about the transaction itself at this stage, particularly the amount, which remains confidential.

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