Tuesday, 25 May 2010
Useful Links for Tunisia
Official site of the British Embassy in Tunisia.
An international network of businesses and organisations coming together.
Middle East Economic Digest (MEED)
The Middle East Economic Digest (MEED) provides essential information for anyone doing business in or with the Middle East and North Africa. With journalists and contacts across the entire Middle East and North Africa region, MEED offers reliable, up-to-date business news, facts and data in both print and online formats.
The Middle East Association
The Middle East Association is an independent, non-profit making organisation established in 1961 to promote trade and investment in the Arab world and beyond, including North Africa, Iran, Turkey and Afghanistan on behalf of its members.
British Expertise is the leading UK private sector organisation for British companies offering professional services internationally. British Expertise can introduce members to key British and international contacts, identify potential partners and clients, and offer market intelligence and training. British Expertise events are excellent networking opportunities.
Arab British Chamber of Commerce
The Arab British Chamber of Commerce exists to promote trade between the UK and the Arab world.
Al Bawaba - The Middle East Gateway
This is the website of Al Bawaba, a Middle East news agency. It covers news from the entire Middle East, including Cyprus and North Africa to the Gulf States.
Mbendi Information for Africa
This website provides information on companies, countries, industries, and stock exchanges in Africa.
British Embassy Tunis
The British Embassy in Tunis is responsible for delivering consular, visa and commercial services; from advising British travellers to issuing visas, promoting the UK's trade and investment opportunities and contributing to improve bilateral co-operation and relationship in different areas.
The Foreign Investment Promotion Agency, FIPA Tunisia, is a public institution set up in 1995 under the supervision of the Ministry of Development and International Co-operation. FIPA Tunisia is in charge of providing all support needed by foreign investors and promoting foreign investment in Tunisia. FIPA Tunisia and its offices abroad present an information network and provide contacts, advice, assistance and support to foreign investors.
PageTunisie.com is a resource for Tunisian expatriates around the world. It is a private, independent initiative which aims to provide easy access to resources relevant to Tunisian expatriates. It also serves as a platform for civilized and intelligent exchange of ideas and information.
The Centre for Promotion of Exports (CEPEX)
The Centre for Promotion of Exports (CEPEX) website is published by the Tunisian Ministry of Commerce. It carries various types of information, including news, product and services data and trade statistics.
Statistiques Economiques et Sociales de la Tunisie
The Statistiques Economiques et Sociales de la Tunisie website provides demographic and social, as well as economic and financial, data.
L'Union Tunisienne de l'Industrie, du Commerce et de l'Artisanat (UTICA)
This is the website of L'Union Tunisienne de l'Industrie, du Commerce et de l'Artisanat (UTICA), a national body concerned with the economic and social development of Tunisia. The UTICA is organised by sector and geographical areas. It has 16 professional Federations and 24 regional Unions covering the various sectors of industry, trade, services and the craft industry through all the regions of Tunisia
Tustex.com is the official website of the Tunisian Stock Exchange. It is only available in French.
Tunisie Info - Sources d`Information sur la Tunisie
Tunisie Info provides information on various aspects of Tunisia, including national budgets, privatisation, TV and radio, the Tunisian Human Development report, and population and housing data from 2004. The website is available in French, Arabic and English.
Tunisia Online provides information on the Government, economy, history, society, culture, environment and tourism of Tunisia.