Jaime Perez-Seoane de Zunzunegui: ALL BLOG POSTS
Seven years after the revolution, Tunisia continues to work on consolidating economic growth, with activity in a variety of sectors suggesting it is making good progress with this. Oxford Business Group’s inaugural OBG Business Barometer: Tunisia CEO Survey shows that CEOs are relatively optimistic: 77% have either positive or very positive expectations of local business conditions in the next 12 months, and approximately half forecast GDP growth of 2-3% over the same period. However, respondents highlighted that Tunisia is most in need of leadership and research and development skills to make further headway.
Seven years after the revolution, Tunisia continues to work on consolidating economic growth, with recent activity in a variety of sectors suggesting the country is making good progress towards this goal.
The last quarter of 2017 surprised even the most optimistic observers. However, the positive performance of that period does not preclude a sense of uncertainty for 2018, a year that will likely prove decisive for the region.