CEPEX

AcronymDefinition
CEPEXCentral Equatorial Pacific Experiment
CEPEXCenter for the Promotion of Exports (various locations)
CEPEXControlled Ecosystem Pollution Experiment
CEPEXChina Energy and Power Exhibition (convention)
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The show offers a platform dedicated to co-contracting and finished products, said the CEPEX in a press release.
Following an initial phase of awareness raising of the UK market opportunities, the CEPEX started an intensive support program geared towards a number of selected businesses.
Trade Minister Omar Behi will lead a delegation of Tunisian businessmen to these events, July 16-19, CEPEX said.
CEPEX has stated on its website that the places reserved for Tunisian companies are limited, especially since the registration process will be closed as soon as the required number is reached.
The Tunisian participation in this event is jointly organized by the CEPEX and the Technical Packaging Centre (PACKTEC).
The Exports Promotion Agency (CEPEX) and the Hungarian Trade and Investment Agency are also called upon to encourage Tunisian and Hungarian companies to take part in economic events to be held in both countries and organise B-to-B contacts and awareness meetings to boost partnership between both countries.
Jointly organised by the CEPEX and the Technical Packaging Centre (PACKTEC), the Tunisian participation in this event aims to promote the rich and diversified Tunisian offer of agro food products: olive oil, dates, pasta and canned food, etc.
A "Business Forum in the sector of pharmaceuticals, parapharmaceuticals and medical equipment industries" will be held on March 25 and 26, 2019 in Nouakchott, capital of Mauritania, on the initiative of the Export Promotio Agency (CEPEX).
<p>In order to boost Tunisian-African relations, the Tunisian centre for the promotion of exports "CEPEX", organizes in collaboration with Tunisia's embassy in Kenshasa from January 17 to 23, 2010 a multi-sectoral mission of Tunisian businessmen to the Congo.