Tunisia regulates development model to face economic slowdown

29 Feb 2016

(MENAFN) Tunisia should adjust its development model to face economic slowdown and build “inclusive growth”, which slowed to 0.8 percent last year from 2.3 percent.

Furthermore, there will be discussion to support the country with USD 1.7bn credit line granted in 2013, and will be reforms and the diagnosis of the situation.

However, expected growth for this year does not correspond to the goals of Tunisian people, which will not be strong to reduce unemployment.

Accordingly, 2016 predicted to be a “stabilization year,” emphasizing that the agriculture sector was expected to perform less well than in 2015.

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