A legal Guide for Bussiness Investment and Expansion TUNISIA 2018.

  • 2017-07-01

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Benchmarking Public Procurement 2015

  • 2015-05-01

The Benchmarking Public Procurement 2015 report presents cross-country analysis in 10 pilot economies on issues affecting how the private sector does business with the government.

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Legislative and Regulatory Intelligence

  • 2015-04-04

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Arab Reform and Democracy Process: the perspective of Tunisian, Morocco & Egypt

  • 2012-03-07

Although the uprisings and revolutions across the region share a common a common goal (democracy, human rights, and a liberalization of politics), it would be spurious to lump their progress, let alone their potential for political change, together. Instead, each case should be viewed through the micro lens and protean character deserving of the respective histories, contexts, needs and demands still unfolding. That said, (where) will devolution occur and (where) will popular calls for democracy prevail ?

The impact of the legal reform progress and the Jasmine revolution on the Tunisian women status

  • 2012-01-12

Tunisia has constantly asserted women's fundamental rights and promoted their economic and social status. The first achievement after Tunisia's independence was the adoption of the Personal Status Code, which laid the foundations for a new organization of the family, based on legal equality between men and women.

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MA Middle East chapter template

  • 2012-01-12

For a Successful Transactions, it can substantially enhance probability of success by:
understanding objectives of the transaction;
developing mutually agreed procedures;
providing professional strategic, commercial and financial due diligence with regional intelligence

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The Diversity Approach in Tunisia

  • 2011-12-01

I: Diversity is constant in the history of Tunisia Tunisia is a country demographically homogeneous; its diversity is manifested only by the gender divide between men and women The first accomplishment after Tunisia's independence was the adoption of the Personal Status Code (1956), which laid the foundations for a new organization of the family, based on legal equality of men and women

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Background on the Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia

  • 2011-10-01

In return for slow but steady economic growth, the majority of Tunisians have accepted restricted political rights, a police state and an elite accused of corruption. For foreign investors, Tunis has been a safe place to invest and a source of cheap labor however, this model seems to have failed - or maybe it was always unsustainable over the long term.

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UMA - Prospects and challenges

  • 2010-09-15

The word Union of the Maghreb Arab designates the economic and political organization formed by five countries of the big Maghreb, to name them we cite Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, as well as Tunisia with its headquarter located in Rabat.

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  • 2010-09-01

Islamic finance has emerged since the 1970s, except that the benefits of this finance based on principles and values in accordance with Sharia only became apparent with the proliferation of crises and the strong shock supported by conventional banks. Since its inception in the mid-1970s, Islamic finance has gradually managed to assert its place in the financial system in many Muslim countries. Far from remaining a mere fad, it has also freed the industry niche status to become an important cog in the financial channels of savings.

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