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Republic of Tunisia : Information and Communications Technology Contribution to Growth and Employment Generation, Volume 2. Technical Report

ADMINISTRATIVE COST ADOPTION OF E-BUSINESS ANIMATION APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION SERVICE PROVIDERS AUCTIONS AUTHENTICATION AUTOMATION B2B B2C B2C E-COMMERCE BACK OFFICE BACK-OFFICE BACKBONE BANDWIDTH BEST PRACTICES BROADBAND BROADBAND NETWORKS BROADCAST BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS MODELS BUSINESS OPERATIONS BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS BUSINESS SERVICES BUSINESS SOFTWARE BUSINESSES CALL CENTER CALL CENTERS CALL CENTRE CAPABILITIES CERTIFICATION AUTHORITY COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES COMPETITIVENESS COMPUTER HARDWARE COMPUTERS CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT CONNECTIVITY CONSUMER PROTECTION CONTENT MANAGEMENT CONTENT MANAGEMENT TOOLS CUSTOM CUSTOMER BASE CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT CUSTOMER SERVICES CUSTOMIZATION DATA CENTERS DATA COMMUNICATIONS DATA ENTRY DATA NETWORKS DATA TRANSMISSION DEVELOPMENT OF E-COMMERCE DIGITAL BROADCASTING DIGITAL CONTENT DIGITAL DIVIDE E- COMMERCE E- COMMERCE LAW E-BUSINESS MODELS E-COMMERCE APPLICATIONS E-COMMERCE TRANSACTIONS E-GOVERNMENT E-LEARNING E-READINESS E-TRANSFORMATION ECOMMERCE ECOMMERCE LAW ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ELECTRONIC COMMERCE ELECTRONIC SIGNATURE ELECTRONIC TRANSACTIONS EMPLOYMENT CREATION ENABLING ENVIRONMENT ENTERPRISE APPLICATION ENTERPRISE APPLICATION INTEGRATION ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING EPROCUREMENT EQUIPMENT EXPORT MARKETS EXPORT PROMOTION FAXES FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCIAL SERVICES FIREWALLS FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS GLOBAL ECONOMY GLOBAL MARKET GLOBAL MARKETS GRAPHICS GROWTH POTENTIAL HARD DISK HARDWARE HARMONIZATION HELP DESK HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT ICT INFORMATION ECONOMY INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE INFORMATION NETWORKS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INNOVATIONS INSTITUTION INTERNAL PROCESSES INTERNATIONAL CLIENTS INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES INTERNATIONAL LAWS INTERNATIONAL STANDARD INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS INTERNET TELEPHONY INVESTMENTS IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ISP ISPS IT INFRASTRUCTURE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT LAN LEGAL ENVIRONMENT LICENSES LIMITED ACCESS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS LOCALIZATION MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE MANUFACTURING MARKET APPLICATIONS MARKET PLACE MARKET PRICES MARKET RESEARCH MARKET SEGMENT MARKET SEGMENTS MARKET SHARE MARKET SHARES MARKETING MATERIAL MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS MOBILE NETWORK MOBILE SERVICES MOBILE TELEPHONY MULTIMEDIA NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE NEW TECHNOLOGY NICHE MARKETS OFFICE OPERATIONS OPERATING SYSTEMS OUTSOURCING PC PCS PHONE POLICY FRAMEWORK POSTAL SERVICES PRIVACY PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PUBLIC NETWORKS REGULATORY FRAMEWORK RESULT RESULTS RETENTION ROUTERS SATELLITE SEARCH SERVER SERVERS SILICON SITES SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT SOFTWARE DISTRIBUTION SOFTWARE PIRACY SOFTWARE PRODUCTS SOFTWARE SERVICE SOFTWARE SERVICES SUPERVISION SUPPLY CHAIN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT TARGETS TAX INCENTIVES TECHNICAL SUPPORT TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION TECHNOLOGY PARK TECHNOLOGY TRANSFERS TELECOM TELECOMMUNICATIONS TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS TELEPHONY TELEVISION TIME FRAME TRADITIONAL BUSINESS TRAINING COURSES TRANSACTION TRANSISTORS TRANSLATION TRANSMISSION TURNOVER RATES USERS VIDEO VIRTUAL PRIVATE NETWORKS WEB CONTENT WEB DEVELOPERS WEB DEVELOPMENT WEB PAGES WEB SERVICES WEB SITE WIDE AREA NETWORKS WIRELESS ACCESS WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES WORKSTATIONS WORLD WIDE WEB
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Tunisia
2014-07-30T13:56:52Z | 2014-07-30T13:56:52Z | 2002-03

This policy note is the first of two volumes, drafted in conjunction with a more detailed technical report. It was prepared in response to a request by the Government of Tunisia for Bank assistance to formulate an ICT development strategy, in accordance with the targets set in the Government of Tunisia's 10th development plan. The policy note highlights current constraints to ICT sector development and proposes measures to eliminate them. It should be read in conjunction with the broader strategy report (volume two: technical report), which contains complementary data and technical information. The Government objectives were conveyed to the World Bank team in May 2001. The strategy is aimed at bolstering the country's emerging ICT sector and maximizing its ability to compete in local, regional, and global markets. In this context, the major objectives of the ICT strategy are to: (a) maximize the ICT contribution to growth and employment generation; (b) position Tunisia in the global ICT market; and (c) integrate ICT into the Tunisian economy. Indirect issues of the ICT impact on productivity and competitiveness are marginally treated in this note. The report compares the state of ICT development in Tunisia that of other economies, taking into account Tunisia's relative strengths and weaknesses in developing a competitive and robust ICT industry. The report outlines the pillars of a strategy and specifies measures to be implemented by the Government, the private sector, and other stakeholders.

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