Looking north

Nugent, Philippa
December 1996
Middle East;Dec96, Issue 262, p31
Focuses on the economic plans of the new government of Tunisia led by President Zine El Abidine. Stability and security in the country; Market-oriented policy; Changes in employment laws; Reduction of tariffs; Agreement with the European Union; Possible benefits of ties with Europe; Stemming the flow of immigrants.


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