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Tunesia - After the revolution
The next steps: A new constitution, elections and the return to business as usual.
the tunesian government, two major steps have to be mastered: Getting back into
business (especially in tourism) and managing to keep the spirit of the
revolution in the hearts of the tunesian people.
The task itself is not an easy one: To experience how the political
change affects their personal lifes, the tunesian people will look out for
economic improvements in their daily lifes. To face this challenge, the
tunesian (Interim-)Government is going extra miles to re-invite
businesses and tourists to return to Tunesia. For one major pillar of
the tunesian economy, the incoming tourism, the bookings from some
countries went down by up to 84%. More in this MonitorTV-Special [...more...]
E X P O R T / F I N A N C E S
Thumbs up by the ministry
a careful thumbs up, the Head of the Department for Export Financing
and International Export Promotion Policy, Silvia Maca, from the
Austrian Ministry of Finance, explains the current economic cooperation
programs with Tunesia. [...more...]
E U R O P E A N V I E W
Marshall-Plan for North Africa?
For the Chairman of the Committee on Energy, Environment &
Water of the Parlamentary Assembly for the Union of the Mediterrean, Stefan Schennach, a Marshall-Plan for North Africa seems to be unavoidable in the long run. [...more...]
R I S K A S S E S S M E N T
How do country risk analysts look at Tunesia?
investors and entrepreneurs, the mid- and longterm stabilty of their
business partners are essential. Which parameters influence his country
risk analysis: Sebastian Saulich from OeKB with details... [...more...]
T O U R I S M
How to win the tourists back?
stability and the perception of personal safety are crucial for mass
tourism. How crucial, the Director of the Tunesian Tourist Board in
Austria, Riadh Dkhili, has the numbers. [...more...]
E N E R G Y
Increase of gas exploration share
as a longterm and strong partner is expanding its market share in
exploration in Tunesia. Tunesia was one of the first international
partners of OMV. How difficult are political changes for longterm
business relationships? [...more...]
W A T E R
What are the challenges for providing Water to North Africa?
Water expert Daniel Pineda [...more...]