Tunisia: fall in industrial investment in 2012

Jan 15, 2013 12:00 AM

Investments reported in the industrial sector reached $ 3,631.6 million Tunisian dinars (MTD) in 2012, against 3,684.5 MTD in 2011, down 1.4%, according to latest figures of the Industry Promotion Agency (API).

The number of reported projects reached 4,122, during the year 2012 against 3,921 in 2011, up 5.1%.

These projects will generate 79,443 job positions, against 83,084 during the year 2011, i.e. a decrease of 4.4%.

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