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Legal market overview

Three years after the ousting of President Ben Ali in 2011, the stance of foreign investors towards the Tunisian market remains cautious. However, the country appears to be on a steady road to recovery: the adoption of a new Constitution in January 2014, as well as parliamentary and presidential elections in October and November, respectively, suggested a return to political stability and an accompanying economic recovery.

These developments – notably the new constitution – are intended not only to improve the political scenario, but also to make the Tunisian market increasingly attractive to international investors. In addition to inviting foreign investment, the new government and its new regulations are also expected to stimulate the market for public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Tunisia.

The legal market, very much like the business environment, is dominated by national players such as Adly Bellagha & Associates, Ferchiou & associés, Jurismed, and Cabinet Donia Hedda Ellouze. However, a number of international firms are also active in Tunisia.

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