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The maritime service sector in Tunisia could be a catalyst to economic development and to globalization, given that 98% of commercial trade is conducted through sea. However, this sector has been s...

Key highlights :
• Illicit financial flows in the form of misinvoicing represent 16,2% of Tunisia›s total non-oil trade.
• Machines are the product most subject to misinvoicing in the A...

Critical reading of the new law on taxincentives

Inflation in May 2018 reached 7.7, a level not reached since 1991.
• Inflation is mainly due to the liberalization of the dinar and the fall in its value which increases the prices of importe...

The 1949 Convention was the subject of much controversy. Indeed, favoring COTUSAL, this convention has allowed the latter to hold the monopoly of the salt market in Tunisia4 until 1994, when its fi...

• In 2017, Italy became Tunisia's leading commercial supplier ahead of France.
• Between 2010 and 2017, imports from France and Italy fell by 28% and 18% respectively.
• Between 2010 an...

• Cumulatively over the years 2016 and 2017, the state lost the net equivalent of TND 4.2 billion in foreign currency due solely to the devaluation of the dinar.
• The shortfall for the State...

The Independent Expert on the effects of foreign debt and other related international financial obligations of States on the full enjoyment of all human rights, particularly economic, social and cu...

•Tunisia’s trade with its Western partners has been decreasing since 2010.
•Trade with China, Algeria, and Turkey has been clearly increasing since 2010.
•The issue of regional security...