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Tunisia Overview by the World Bank

Tunisia’s political transition made steady progress in 2014, overcoming political deadlock to adopt a new constitution, and holding both parliamentary and presidential elections. The national dialogue platform, brokered by key civil society organizations, played a crucial role in building consensus among all major political parties. This resulted in the adoption of a consensual roadmap that paved the way for the general elections which took place peacefully at the end of 2014. The political transition concluded in 2015 with a new government beginning a five-year term and taking the lead in meeting Tunisia’s security and economic challenges...

Last Updated: Apr 06, 2015


   
  Inflation rate(January 2016)   3,5 %
  Exports in value (01 months 16) in Million Dinars   2562,6
  Imports in value (01 months 16) in Million Dinars   2055,4
  Unemployment rate (Q3 2015)   15,3%
  Qaurterly Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at constant prices for previous year (4nd Q 15/ 4nd Q 14)   0,3%
  Qaurterly Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at constant prices for previous year (4rd Q 15/ 3rd Q 15)   0,8 %
  Industrial Sales Prices Index ISPI (12 months 15/12 months 14)   5,0%
4,6 %
  Industrial Production Index IPI (11 months 15/11 months 14)   -1,8%
-0,8%
  Number of Popultation in thousands (April 2014) (RGPH 2014)   10982,8
  Number of Households (April 2014) in thousands (Census 2014)   2713,0
  Number of Dwellings (April 2014) in thousands (Census 2014)   3289,9

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