Tunisia, already at a political crossroads, must now also change its economic strategy and turn more towards Africa, says Carlos Lopes, Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA). Follow updates from ECA and the Executive Secretary's blog on AllAfrica's dedicated ECA page.
More efficient production practices allow ICT-enabled companies such as Plastics Electromechanic Corporation, an automotive firm with a high potential for job creation, to boost productivity and hire additional workers.
UNECA, 3 November 2015
The Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa, Mr. Carlos Lopes has called on media leaders to counter stereotypes and perceptions about Africa, embrace the use of… Read more »
Algerie Presse Service, 12 November 2015
The minutes of the 3rd joint commission for Algerian-Tunisian tourism cooperation, as part of the implementation of recommendation resulting from the high joint commission, held… Read more »
Tunis Afrique Presse, 4 November 2015
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB), on Wednesday, October 28, 2015, approved combined funding amounting to EUR 190.12 million (414 million Tunisian… Read more »
UNECA, 20 April 2015
The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) office for North Africa will organize, in partnership with the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA)… Read more »
UNECA, 6 March 2015
At the conclusion of the 30th meeting of its Intergovernmental Committee of Experts considering the theme: Implementing Agenda 2063 for the development of Africa, the ECA Office… Read more »