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Legislators in Tunisia have a habit of crafting laws that cannot be implemented until additional decrees are passed at a later date. Several articles of the Investment Law No. 71 of 2016 were limited to stating principles, while the concrete modalities needed to bring about actual legal change were to be included in succeeding decrees....

 

In order to improve the allocation of public funds the new budget law – Law No. 15 of 2019 – introduces the concept of medium-term budget forecasts. This legislative reform entails the establishment of a new accounting system to be used for the state funding of programmes to meet policy objectives.

 

Tunisia improved eight places to rank 80th out of 190 countries in the World Bank’s “Doing Business 2019” report. While this reflects a significant improvement in the country’s business and investment climate over one year, the government is committed to improving this ranking further, securing a position among the top-50 countries worldwide...

 

In what ways is an effective taxation regime essential for the stability of the country?

 

Combining its strategic geographical location, a highly skilled labour force and competitive operational costs, Tunisia has long been a popular destination among international investors. Indeed, the country has positioned itself as a springboard for those looking to enter the African market, as well as an important international centre for...

 

How is the pharmaceutical industry impacted by trade agreements with partners such as the EU?

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