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Country Partnership Framework for Tunisia for the Period FY 2016-2020

CENTRAL BANK OF TUNISIA EMPLOYMENT BANKING REGULATION CAPITAL MARKETS FINANCIAL SERVICES OPERATIONAL RISK UNEMPLOYMENT RATES ECONOMIC GROWTH WASTE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AUTONOMY CARBON INTEREST LAWS GUARANTEES PRIVATIZATION INDUSTRY PRODUCERS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS BALANCE OF PAYMENTS BANKING SYSTEM STRATEGIES CURRENT EXPENDITURES LABOR FORCE WATER SUPPLY SERVICES EMISSIONS PUBLIC SERVICES POLITICAL ECONOMY HOUSING REVENUES ECONOMIC EFFECTS CAPITAL ADEQUACY INCENTIVES EQUILIBRIUM PROJECTS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC STABILITY LEVEL PLAYING FIELD BANKRUPTCY INFLATION MUNICIPALITIES AUDITS SAFETY NETS BUDGET ECONOMIC ACTIVITY MACROECONOMIC STABILITY PUBLIC POLICY FISCAL POLICIES OIL PRICES TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE LABOR COSTS OIL GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS TRANSPORT PRODUCTIVITY OPTIONS MIGRATION TRANSFERS RECAPITALIZATION FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS MARKETS DEBT BARRIERS TO ENTRY STATE OWNED BANKS LOCAL GOVERNMENT BANK RESTRUCTURING LEGISLATION CAPITAL REQUIREMENTS FORESTRY ECONOMIC POLICIES AQUIFERS LOANS LABOR DIVIDENDS ENTERPRISES NATURAL RESOURCES TRUST FUNDS ECONOMIC REFORM SUBSIDIES LEGAL FRAMEWORK FINANCE EFFICIENCY GRANTS INFRASTRUCTURE TAXES ACCESS TO INFORMATION BANKING SECTOR LAND USE BANKS ISLAMIC DEVELOPMENT BANK RESOURCES UNEMPLOYMENT ENERGY CONSUMPTION EQUITY PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH CONSUMPTION SOCIAL SAFETY NETS RURAL COMMUNITIES ACCOUNTABILITY INTERNATIONAL RESERVES CAPITAL WAGES CLIMATE CHANGE SOCIAL SERVICES VALUE PENSIONS BANK CREDIT BUDGETS PURCHASING POWER DEMAND CPI PUBLIC ENTERPRISES SUSTAINABLE GROWTH PUBLIC EXPENDITURES ENVIRONMENTS EXPENDITURES WORKING POOR PUBLIC GOVERNANCE PROPERTY DECISION MAKING FISCAL YEAR AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS TRANSACTION COSTS ENVIRONMENT EIB FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRADE UNIONS ECONOMICS PUBLIC DEBT CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS PROFITABILITY ENERGY EFFICIENCY GOVERNANCE INSURANCE MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT FISHERIES MICROFINANCE NEW ENTRANTS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TRADE LAND DRINKING WATER RISK COMMERCIAL BANKS DEBT RESTRUCTURING BANKING DECENTRALIZATION REVENUE HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH RISK MANAGEMENT LIVING CONDITIONS LENDING RECYCLING TAX REFORM LOCAL GOVERNMENT ELECTIONS ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENVIRONMENTAL LABOR MARKETS ADB GOVERNMENTS CIVIL SERVICE PUBLIC GOOD HEALTH SERVICES PRICES CONSOLIDATION PUBLIC GOODS COMPETITION
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Tunisia
2016-06-22T19:09:49Z | 2016-06-22T19:09:49Z | 2016-04-19

This Country Partnership Framework (CPF) for Tunisia, prepared jointly by International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) covers the period Fiscal Year (FY) 2016 through FY 2020. The CPF is anchored in the Government of Tunisia’s September 2015 Note d’Orientation Stratégique and the WBG’s October 2015 Strategy for the Middle East and North Africa Region. It builds on extensive discussions with a wide range of stakeholders, and is underpinned by WBG analytics, including the June 2015 Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD). The Government’s “Note d’Orientation Stratégique” outlines Tunisia’s development vision for the next five years. Its main premise is that Tunisia will maintain its strong partnerships with the international community; rely on the private sector to lead economic growth and job creation; and promote a vibrant civil society. Technical ministries and regions are in the process of preparing their five-year sectorial plans based on this vision, for which financing will be sought during an international donor conference in late 2016.

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