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Financial Inclusion in Tunisia : Low-Income Households and Micro-Enterprises Snapshot

FINANCIAL SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS OWNERS EMPOWERMENT MONETARY POLICY SAVINGS SERVICES DEPOSIT FINANCIAL SERVICES BORROWER ECONOMIC GROWTH DEPOSITS PEOPLE CAPITAL ACCUMULATION MONEY LAUNDERING FINANCING MICRO-ENTERPRISES INTEREST GUARANTEES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES SAVINGS ACCOUNTS INTEREST RATE INSURANCE SERVICES BANKING SERVICES BANK ACCOUNT ENTREPRENEURS INEQUALITIES EXCLUSION REVENUES MONEY TRANSFER FORMAL FINANCIAL SECTOR MONEY-LENDERS INSURANCE POLICIES FINANCIAL DIFFICULTY LOAN VENTURE CAPITAL FIRMS LOAN AMOUNT BORROWERS AVERAGE BALANCE PAYMENTS BANKRUPTCY CURRENT ACCOUNTS MFIS MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS INCOME- GENERATING ACTIVITIES ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ACCESS TO FINANCIAL SERVICES FORMAL FINANCIAL SERVICE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE ANTI-MONEY LAUNDERING EXPATRIATE SAVINGS INDEBTEDNESS FINANCIAL NEEDS FINANCIAL INSTITUTION CHECKING ACCOUNT PARTIAL CREDIT CURRENCY EXCHANGE UNION CURRENT ACCOUNT FINANCES INTEREST RATES ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT FIRST LOANS PAYMENTS SERVICES PAYMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS DEBT LIMITED ACCESS FINANCING NEEDS FINANCIAL PRODUCTS MICRO-ENTREPRENEURS LENDERS SOCIAL SECURITY VENTURE CAPITAL LOANS ENTERPRISES FARMERS ELECTRONIC PAYMENTS BANK CREDIT AGRICULTURAL BANK ASSET ACCUMULATION FINANCIAL SYSTEM SMALLHOLDERS FINANCE FOREIGN CURRENCY BANKS SMALL LOANS UNIONS UNEMPLOYMENT INVESTMENT BANKS GRANT FORMAL FINANCIAL INSTITUTION CAPITAL OPERATING COSTS SMALL ENTERPRISES BASIC NEEDS WOMAN FAMILY ACCESS TO FINANCE NEW COMPANIES INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES FINANCIAL EXCLUSION BANK MICRO- ENTREPRENEURS MAXIMUM LOAN AMOUNT CREDIT FORMAL FINANCIAL SERVICES UNIVERSAL ACCESS INVESTMENT BANK DEBT COLLECTION LOAN CONDITIONS WORKING CAPITAL HOUSEHOLD AUTOMATIC TELLER ACCESS TO SAVINGS FINANCIAL EDUCATION REPAYMENT REPAYMENT RATES ENTERPRISE FINANCIAL ACCOUNT UNIVERSAL BANKS DEMAND FOR SAVINGS FINANCIAL SERVICE PROVIDERS JOB CREATION CASH MANAGEMENT INSURANCE PREMIUM CREDIT GUARANTEE FINANCIAL SERVICE CREDIT BUREAU DIVERSIFICATION POSTAL SAVINGS MICROCREDIT FINANCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROFITABILITY ACCESS TO CREDIT MICROFINANCE ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES MONEY ORDERS BANK LOAN SECURITY BANK LOANS FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT INVESTMENT OUTSTANDING DEBT FINANCIAL INTERMEDIATION COMMERCIAL BANKS HOUSEHOLDS PAYMENT SERVICES EQUALITY LOAN SIZE CAPITAL REQUIREMENT STUDENTS INVESTMENTS BORROWING RISK MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL SUPPORT DEBIT CARD FEES HOME IMPROVEMENT FAMILIES WOMEN PUBLIC BANKS OUTREACH OUTSTANDING LOANS BANK BRANCHES ENTREPRENEUR FINANCIAL SYSTEMS ARREARS LENDING CONDITIONS MONEY TRANSFERS CREDIT INSTITUTIONS SMALL BUSINESSES CREDIT LINES GUARANTEE SAVINGS BANK DEVELOPMENT BANK CREDIT REGISTRY CONSUMER PROTECTION FINANCIAL SECTOR DEVELOPMENT INEQUALITY MICROFINANCE INSTITUTION MFI EMPLOYEES
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Tunisia
2015-11-10T19:09:35Z | 2015-11-10T19:09:35Z | 2015-09

This snapshot provides an overview of financial inclusion trends and challenges in Tunisia. It follows the recent expiration of the Coordinated Vision for the Development of Microfinance in Tunisia 2011-2014, national strategy published in 2011.

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