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This paper draws attention to the IP rights in Tunisia as a TRIPS signatory. It will discuss the provisions included in the proposed DCFTA’s IP chapter and their potential impact on access to medic...

Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) are increasingly being promoted as the solution to the shortfall in financing needed to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). With ever greater freque...

Tunisia is facing the intensification of water cuts since 2016. While they started off generally occurring in the summer and limited to certain regions, these cuts have now spread throughout the ye...

• The budget deficit is no longer the largest contributor to the increase in public debt since 2016.
• From 2018 onwards, interest on debt contributes more to the increase in public debt than...

• Between 1995 and 2005, the EU accounted for 75% of our external trade.
• Since 2005, the EU’s share has steadily declined to 62% in 2018.
• Tunisia has managed to diversify its import...

Until 2000, the Maghreb countries imported their capital goods from Western countries, with France in the lead.
• Since the 2000s, China has been making a breakthrough in the Maghreb.
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Since the official beginning of negotiations forthe Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) between Tunisia and the European Union (EU) in October 2015, the asymmetry that exists betwee...

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