Tunisia

Tunisia has successfully navigated the difficulties of the post-revolutionary period by capably establishing robust democratic institutions. However, the country faces macroeconomic challenges since the 2011 revolution. Budgetary pressures, combined with a devaluation of the dinar and a rise in the level of business informality, have made the current environment a complex one.

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Strict lockdown measures and travel bans have helped Tunisia become a regional leader in eradicating cases of Covid-19. Now, with restrictions loosening and industries returning to work, the tourism sector has been highlighted as key to its economic rebound.

In what ways can robotics and AI help overcome the challenges posed by Covid-19?

As of April 8, Tunisia had recorded 628 confirmed cases of Covid-19 and 24 deaths, out of a global count of 1.5m infections and 88,000 fatalities.

Tunisia has started production at the long-awaited Nawara gas field, a development that is expected to transform the country’s energy balance and provide a significant boon to state finances.

Lower agricultural exports, on the back of sluggish global demand, made for a challenging 2019 in Tunisia.

What are the expected implications of Law No. 47 of 2019, which was adopted in April 2019 to improve the business and investment climate?

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