Establishing a presence in Tunisia, from a straightforward place of business or branch to the more complex joint-venture company or partnership, is a significant step for any business. You will want to focus on building a profitable business and maximizing the return on your investment but will also have to deal with the many regulatory and administrative issues triggered by entering the Tunisian market.

Tunisia is located in a good strategic position in North Africa, surrounded by Algeria, Libya and the Mediterranean, While relatively nearby countries of Europe and the Middle East.
It has an area of about 162,155 Kilometers square and its capital is Tunis.
The last census, in late 2008 puts the population at 10,326 million.
The main language is Arabic, but French and English are widely spoken... learn more