Mali: Aliou Tomota still in the running to provide national identity cards
The regulatory body’s President, Allassane Ba, deemed admissible the Japanese-Malian group’s appeal concerning the biometric documents tendering process.
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▪ Mali: Aliou Tomota still in the running to provide national identity cards
▪ The regulatory body’s President, Allassane Ba, deemed admissible the Japanese-Malian group’s appeal concerning the biometric documents tendering process.
17/11/2020 at 17h55, by Jeune Afrique Business+, updated 18/11/2020
Although it has not yet won the war, the duo comprising Zetes, a Panasonic subsidiary, and Malian printer Graphique Industrie – founded by local businessman Aliou Tomota – at least remains in the battle to design identity documents for the Malian population. In September, the Japanese-Malian double-act saw its appeal validated by the regulator Autorité de Régulation des Marchés Publics et des Délégations de Service Public (ARMDS), and particularly by its President, Allassane Ba.
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