Tunisia Industry

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What can be done to improve the competitiveness of the Tunisian industrial sector?

 

Post-revolutionary instabilities, such as strikes, sit-ins and lost tourism revenue have affected Tunisia’s agribusiness less than other sectors. “This has probably been the most resilient sector since the revolution,” Lilia Kammoun, an analyst at Tunisie Valeurs, a local business management consultancy firm, told OBG. “I think it will...

 

Tunisia boasts Africa’s sixth-largest manufacturing sector behind Egypt, South Africa and Morocco, and ahead of Kenya. Tunisia’s geography is an important asset for growth, offering direct access to the Mediterranean Sea and proximity to the European market, to which the bulk of the country’s exports are destined. Despite such logistical...

Chapter | Industry & Mining from The Report: Tunisia 2016

Tunisia boasts Africa’s sixth-largest manufacturing sector, and the country’s geography is an important asset for growth, offering direct access to the Mediterranean Sea and proximity to the European market, to which the bulk of the country’s exports are destined. Despite such logistical advantages, labour productivity, the size of the informal sector and problems in some subsectors – such as...

Les autorités tunisiennes travaillent à diversifier le secteur industriel du pays en mettant l'accent sur les produits agro-industriels à valeur ajoutée, tels que l'huile d'olive, dont l’export connaît actuellement une envolée.

Au cours des neuf premiers mois de l’année 2012, l’investissement industriel a enregistré une augmentation de 14,8% par rapport à la même période en 2011, une évolution synonyme de reprise pour cet important secteur. Le gouvernement, conscient du rôle majeur de l’industrie manufacturière en matière d’emploi et en tant que source d’investissements directs étrangers (IDE), est donc déterminé à stimuler les activités du secteur.

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