New captains of industry

March 1999
Middle East;Mar99, Issue 288, Tunisia p16
Profiles Widad Bouchamaoui, one of Tunisia's leading entrepreneurs. Success of Bouchamaoui's textile firm called Maille Fil; Influence of her father's entrepreneurial spirit; Comments on the impact of the country's proposed free zone with Europe.


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