The Tunisian economy has showed signs of recovery in the first quarter of 2018, with the highest growth since 2014 supported by agriculture and exports. Besides due to the more flexible exchange rates, the current account deficit has also improved to some extent. However, at the same time, risks to macroeconomic stability, especially inflation, have…

Looking forward to project Tunisia as one of the favorite destinations for foreign investors, the state government is working on reducing fiscal and external imbalances, while also taking firm steps to reinvigorate structural  reforms in the country. The adoption of the crucial private-sector legislation and successful hosting of the ‘Tunisia 2020 – Road to Inclusion, Sustainability…

Business deals contracted during the deposed Tunisian president Zine Al Abidine Ben Ali might be in trouble after the country’s National Constituent Assembly adopted the Transitional Justice Law. The new law seeks to redress abuses committed under the deposed regime of the former president. “The Commission is likely to implicate business leaders and public officials…