Trade and Development Strategies

Year Strategy name Sector
2011 Stratégie de développement des exportations tunisiennes des fruits et légumes transformés

The fruits and vegetables sector development strategy for Tunisia aims to achieve... The fruits and vegetables sector development strategy for Tunisia aims to achieve five strategic objectives: i) optimize the use of resources within the sector; ii) improve the sector supply chain; iii) diversify the product offer towards more advanced and high added value products; iv) develop exports and diversify markets; v) effectively manage strategies for sector development. It provides a SWOT analysis of the  sector in Tunisia and outlines a plan of action with a five-year timeframe.

Canned tomatoes, Fruits, Tomato Products, Vegetables Canned tomatoes, Fruits, Tomato Products, Vegetables

2011 Stratégie de développement des exportations tunisiennes des Services « Conseils aux Entreprises »

The business consulting services development strategy rotates around six main objectives: i)... The business consulting services development strategy rotates around six main objectives: i) effectively manage the sector development strategy; ii) develop the capacities of the business consulting sector in Tunisia; iii) promote the offer of Tunisian business consulting firms to other Tunisian enterprises; iv) promote and develop the capacities of the business consulting sector in Sub-Saharan Africa; v) promote the offer of Tunisian business consulting firms to enterprises in Europe; vi) promote the offer of Tunisian business consulting firms to enterprises in North Africa and Arab countries. The document identifies the type of activities included in the business consulting industry and provides a SWOT analysis of the sector in Tunisia.

Business Consulting Services Business Consulting Services

2010 12th National Development Plan (summary)

The National Development Plan aims to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and... The National Development Plan aims to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and foster economic growth. It provides an overview of the main achievements of the 2007-2009 Development Plan, and it outlines strategic policies for the 2010-2014 period dealing with economic structure development, investment, employment creation, regional integration, export promotion, financial policies efficiency, social development, environmental economy and human capital.

Aerospace Industry, Apparel and Clothing, Biotechnology, Business Services, Electrical Industry, Food... Aerospace Industry, Apparel and Clothing, Biotechnology, Business Services, Electrical Industry, Food Industry, Health Care Services, Information Communication Technology, Logistic Services, Textile Industry

2010 Tourism Strategy 2016

The study is composed of an analysis of the current situation of... The study is composed of an analysis of the current situation of the tourism sector in Tunisia, a strategy for development in the 2010-2016 period, and an implementation framework with action plans. The analysis outlines the need for a better match of supply and demand of touristic services in Tunisia, and it stresses the importance of improving the quality of services, increasing demand and ensuring competitiveness and long-term sustainability of the sector. The strategy identifies 5 main objectives: 1) diversifying and innovating the offer of touristic services; 2) further promoting and marketing Tunisia's touristic potential; 3) reforming the institutional framework; 4) restructuring sector financing; and 5) improving web-compatibility. To achieve each of these objectives, the document outlines precise actions and it frames them into a well-structured implementation framework.

Tourism Tourism

2009 Country Partnership Strategy for the Republic of Tunisia

The document assesses the performance of Tunisia in achieving the Millennium Development... The document assesses the performance of Tunisia in achieving the Millennium Development Goals, and it envisages new reforms in order to deal with the challenges the country will have to face in the next decade. In particular, it provides an overview of the recent economic developments in the country, and it outlines five main future development challenges: 1) boost growth and transform Tunisia into a knowledge economy; 2) increase employment and address the problem of employability; 3) improve the quality of service delivery; 4) manage the impacts of climate change; 5) exploit the benefits of regional integration.

2008 Stratégie Industrielle Nationale à Horizon 2016

The strategy provides an overview of the current situation of the industrial... The strategy provides an overview of the current situation of the industrial sector in Tunisia, and it highlights the potential of Tunisia as a Euro-Mediterranean industrial hub. It outlines recommendations and policy actions in order to double the amount of exports and triple the inflow of Foreign Direct Investment by 2016, analyzing the policies of comparable countries and drawing best practices from their experiences. It identifies key industrial sectors and it frames future industrial policy pursuing further economic growth, improved quality, increased diversification and fertilization.

Aerospace Industry, Apparel and Clothing, Automobile Industry, Biotechnology, Business Services, Chemicals... Aerospace Industry, Apparel and Clothing, Automobile Industry, Biotechnology, Business Services, Chemicals and Phosphates, Computer Industry applied to biology, Electrical Industry, Electronic Industry, Environmental Services (applied to the textile industry), Food Industry, Footwear, Leather Industry, Logistic Services, Mechanical Industry, Mechatronics, Pharmaceuticals and Biotechnology, Plastic Industry (applied to paramedical and pharmaceutical industries), Telecommunication, Textile Industry

2006 UNDAF Tunisia 2007 - 2011

The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) identifies strategic objectives in accordance... The United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) identifies strategic objectives in accordance with national policies and the Millennium Development Goals. These objectives fall within four main thematic cooperation domains: 1) equity, disparity, life quality; 2) youth and adolescents; 3) employment; 4) globalization.