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Tunisia

Editorial

Legal market overview

Tunisia’s path to recovery since ousting former President Ben Ali in 2011 has been slow, with legislative reform ongoing: new laws concerning PPP and changes to the investment code to encourage foreign investment are in the pipeline, but investors remain cautious due to security concerns.

Adly Bellagha & Associates, Ferchiou & associés, Jurismed, Meziou Knani & associés and Cabinet Donia Hedda Ellouze are the major domestic law firms, and Eversheds El Heni is a growing force. Although the activity of some international law firms in Tunisia has declined due to the evolving security situation, several remain active in cross-border matters, including the Paris office of Clifford Chance and the Dubai office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

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