7 December 2012
Tunisia: 'Fundamental Reforms Are Recommended to Promote Growth in Tunisia' (WB Study)
Sousse — A World Bank study on "public policies and business environment: comprehensive approach and regional disparity," recommended launching a national dialogue in Tunisia on fundamental reforms (revision of the investment code, tax code and labour code) and reducing bureaucracy to ensure a better business environment.
The study presented Friday in Sousse by Antonio Nucifora, World Bank (WB) Lead Economist for Tunisia in the North Africa and the Middle East Region...
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