Tunisia Articles & Analysis

Tunisia is working to gradually improve its economic indicators by means of tough yet necessary structural reforms. Although significant strides have been made since 2011, the country continues to face acute macroeconomic imbalances, while coincident reforms have suffered from changing administrations in the years following the revolution, negatively affecting economic growth.

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Les partenaires internationaux se sont engagés à aider la Tunisie à réduire la pression subie par son économie par le biais d’une série de prêts destinés à atténuer les contraintes budgétaires et à encourager le développement.

Articles & Analysis | Renewed potential: Page 23 from The Report: Tunisia 2018

With the government enacting far-reaching reforms in early 2018 to help quicken the restoration of macroeconomic equilibrium, it is hoped that any short-term negative impact of the changes will be mitigated by the recovery of key industries, including tourism and phosphates. Growth for 2018 is projected to rise to 3%, according to the IMF, or 2.8%...

Articles & Analysis | Tunisia in brief: from The Report: Tunisia 2018

The country is working to gradually improve its economic indicators by implementing tough, yet necessary, structural reforms. Although significant strides have been made since 2011, Tunisia continues to face acute macroeconomic imbalances. While reform efforts have suffered from changing administrations in the years following the revolution, in 2018...

Articles & Analysis | Tunisia in brief: from The Report: Tunisia 2018

The country is working to gradually improve its economic indicators by implementing tough, yet necessary, structural reforms. Although significant strides have been made since 2011, Tunisia continues to face acute macroeconomic imbalances. While reform efforts have suffered from changing administrations in the years following the revolution, in 2018...

Articles & Analysis | Renewed potential: Page 23 from The Report: Tunisia 2018

With the government enacting far-reaching reforms in early 2018 to help quicken the restoration of macroeconomic equilibrium, it is hoped that any short-term negative impact of the changes will be mitigated by the recovery of key industries, including tourism and phosphates. Growth for 2018 is projected to rise to 3%, according to the IMF, or 2.8%...

While the number of debit cards and credit cards in circulation has increased in recent years, obstacles to electronic payments remain, particularly in Tunisia’s in-land governorates, which suffer from limited banking services. Other factors, such as a cultural bias against banks and electronic payments, contribute to relatively low banking...