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• 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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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...

• 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...

•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...

• Tunisia has been caught into a vicious circle as every dinar devaluation, decided by the IMF, is leading to an increasing trade deficit that triggers a greater substantial depreciation of the Din...

The month of October 2015 marked the official beginning of negotiations for the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade
Agreement (DCFTA) between Tunisia and the European Union (EU).

The negotiations for the Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and Tunisia
oicially commenced in October 2015 within the context of the degradation of Tunisia...