Reaching for excellence

October 2002
Middle East;Oct2002, Issue 327, p35
Reports the reasons of Tunisia for entering the European Union free trade zone in 2010. Improvement on the performance of the industrial sector; Accumulation of investment for corporate restructuring; Approach toward economic development.


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