Attracting foreign direct investment (FDI) in Tunisia has been an ongoing endeavor of the government, as it seeks to initiate economic recovery and increase employment. In 2011, foreign direct investment (FDI) declined, and 153 foreign ventures departed the country.

Despite the tough economic circumstances facing North African nations, Tunisia still remains a profitable country for investors, said Majed Hadj’Ali, a legal advisor and founder of MH Avocats – a law firm that provides legal support to businesses operating in Tunisia. Click here to read more

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