is a partner at Ferchiou & Associés, having acquired 20 years' valuable experience in international firms in Paris and in Tunisia. She has strong expertise in a range of business law areas including foreign investments, mergers and acquisitions, economic law, projects set-up and financing (including PPPs) and real estate integrated projects. Amina was admitted to the Paris Bar in 1993 and to the Tunis Bar in 2013. She has a post-graduate degree (DEA) in private international law and international trade law from the University of Paris I, Panthéon Sorbonne.
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