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Tunisia Report

Release Date

22 April 2012

Tunisia is growing ever more confident in their own economic development prospects. The investment opportunities, the restructuring, the level of qualification of the workforce, the mastery of new technologies and geographical proximity to Europe make Tunisia an economic partner that will share with Europe from now on, the same values of democracy and transparency. We believe that in the coming years, the new Tunisia will be one of the most attractive economic centres of the Mediterranean; it is the best time to be a part of Tunisia and actively participate in building its future.

Tunisia confirms its economic competitiveness in 2011 and moving throughout 2012. Tunisia remains the leader in Africa and in the southern shore of the Mediterranean and 40th worldwide in terms of global competitiveness according to the World Economic Forum 2011-2012 ranking, released after the jasmine revolution of January 14th, 2011.

Tunisia today sees itself as an educated and modern society open to the world. It is a diversified economy based on the quality of its human resources. Tunisia is a country that is in the midst of a democratic transition, which frees up much energy that was previously inhibited.

Tunisia is a competitive country in sectors such as textiles and leather, mechanics, electricity and electronics, plastics and agribusiness. A country that offers new investment opportunities in the sectors of offshoring, aerospace, renewable energy, infrastructure projects, logistics, health services and tourism.


For more information on bi-lateral trade and investmnet please contact:

His Excellency, Mr Raouf Chatty
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary -Tunisia
canberra@embassytunisia.com
Tel: 02 6246 0300
 

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