14 January 2013

Tunisia: Social Partners Agree On Major Role of Social Contract in Encouraging Investment

Bardo — Social partners, Monday, stressed the importance of the social contract in establishing an environment conducive to investment and employment. The signature of the social contract between the three social partners aims to establish developed professional relations based on social dialogue between the three sides, Social Affairs Minister Khalil Zaouia said during the signing ceremony.

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