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Economy

In 2009, growth estimates for the Tunisian economy were reviewed to a lower rate of 3.1% (down from 4.6% in 2008), a satisfactory rate given the difficult international context, marked at the end of 2008 by the first consequences of the financial crisis and a sharp decline in the national production of the manufacturing industries (-6.0%). The relatively good performance of the Tunisian economy is mainly explained by an increase in agricultural and fishing production (+6.0%) thanks to good annual rainfall, and by greater production in the non-manufacturing mining and quarrying industries (+5.3%), including mining (+6.7%) and oil (+13.0%). This growth rate should pick up again thanks to the improvement of the international environment, marked at the end of 2009 by the resurgence of indicators confirming the recovery of economic activity in most industrialised countries.

The economy remains largely twofold, with on the one hand a dynamic, often foreign-owned offshore export sector involved in globalization; and on the other hand a sector focused on the domestic market. This latter, relatively protected from international competition, needs to make a significant adjustment effort. Growth perspectives for the Tunisian economy are in fact hindered by the current production structure, which prevents a higher level of growth being reached. The structure has two weaknesses: its strong dependence on European demand and on agro-ecological conditions, which has a fluctuating effect on growth; and its high specialisation in the production of goods that require intensive use of unskilled labour and have little added value (textiles and clothing, and the electricity and mechanical industries). This contains growth at levels that are not high enough to absorb incoming job seekers and reduce unemployment among university graduates.

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Political in Tunisia

Politic in Tunisia


The incumbent president of Tunisia was re-elected for a fifth term with 89.62% of the votes cast in October 2009. President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, 73 years old, has been in power since 7 November 1987, when he deposed the first president of independent Tunisia, Habib Bourguiba. This new term of office is theoretically his last: the Constitution as amended in 2002 allows successive terms, but limits a presidential candidate's age to 75.

International observers and the opposition parties denounced highly unequal media coverage of the presidential campaign to the benefit of the incumbent president and some irregularities during the elections, but did not dispute the victory of President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali. His re-election should make it possible to ensure regime stability in the medium and the long term. Nevertheless, security remains an essential problem in Tunisia as the situation continues to be troubling throughout North Africa. Several recent incidents in Morocco and Algeria have shown that militant Islamist groups have rekindled their activities in the Maghreb. In December 2006 and January 2007, the Tunisian security forces fought and dismantled groups associated with the Al-Qaeda Organisation in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM). The question of succession to the presidency, which is essential for the country's stability, has not yet been prepared.

Political troubles have increased slightly in Tunisia since 2007 but remain below the average for sub-Saharan Africa. However, it has been noted that there is a hardening of the political regime in election years.

But final this month Mr Ben Ali decided to give up the power after the people had enough of living condition getting worse in Country and forced him out of power.


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This's power of people. Why the ditactor run way,he should be arrest and trial for all those been killed by the polices. I hope this could happen in others African Countries.
James , Nigeria,London


I hope others African Countries will follow the Tunisian way to finish we all these ditactors in Africa.
Mo , Tunisia,Paris


Final we managed to kick out one ditactor, not president for life.
Ali , Tunisia, Tunis



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Usefull Information Tunisia

Top Hotels

  • Hotel le Consul
  • Tunisia Lodge
  • Dar El Medina

Top restaurants

  • Escargot
  • chez slah
  • Origami

Place to visit

  • Dougga
  • Grand Marche (Central Market)
  • Blanko Kitesurfclub

Internet Access

  • The latest ranking issued by Akamai's "State of the internet Report" ranks Tunisia among the top 10 African countries when it comes to internet connection speed , internet penetration and broadband adoption , with a connection speed of more than 5 Mbps..

Not to miss to see

  • Grand Marche (Central Market)
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we everything going in my country. We have high speed internet access.
Momo


It's good place in Africa if you're blogger
Lee


People don't care if it's good place to be a blogger because not everyone can have access of internet. rich kid
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