If the intellectual property provisions of the DCFTA are applied, this will have an impact on both the cost of patented medicines and undermine access to affordable medicines.
The Tunisian parliament is under increasing pressure to revisit its decision not to ratify the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.
The evaluation is highly unsatisfactory due to: the economic methodology imposed by the EU; civil society not sufficiently involved; social, economic and environmental impacts not taken into account.
Indonesian Trade Minister brought attention to prioritizing the prompt conclusion of several international trade negotiations in 2020, including RCEP and deals with Tunisia, Morocco, the EU and Turkey.
Since April, a number of developments have taken place in Morocco and Tunisia, in particular the fourth round of negotiations in Tunisia.
Agreement will ensure British businesses and consumers benefit from continued access to the Tunisian market after we leave the EU.
The peasants have told the activist researchers stories of their daily struggles, but it is their attempt at organization that sparks the greatest interest.
As European movements, we denounce this DCFTA as a violent neo-colonial project and support Tunisian organisations’ struggle against liberal policies imposed upon them by the European Union.
The European Union’s disproportionate pressure for trade liberalisation risks exacerbating political strains in the last democracy of northern Africa.
Tunisia seeks a meaningful engagement with BRI, to develop its infrastructure and open up trade with China and Africa in order to expand and diversify its trading partners which is currently dominated by Europe.
Tunisia can be a gateway for Pakistani business community to the African countries, says Tunisian Ambassador
Pour le secrétaire d’État tunisien au Commerce extérieur ne peut plus parler d’Accord de Libre Echange si les professionnels, ou encore des investisseurs sont obligés d’obtenir un visa pour aller en Europe dans l’exercice de leurs fonctions.
As released by the European Commission
Tunisia and Indonesia signed a preferential partnership agreement at the Tunisia-Indonesia Business Forum held in Tunis.
La Tunisie a semblé décidée à prendre son temps avant de parapher l’accord, notamment pour être plus à l’écoute de la société civile.
With the DCFTA, the EU offers Tunisia to sign an international treaty to further open its economy: for goods, services and capital.
Pakistan and Tunisia are negotiating for a preferential trade agreement to improve bilateral trade between the two countries.
The two ministers agreed to boost bilateral cooperation that is mutually beneficial in fields including trade, investment, education, diplomatic training and fight against terrorism.
The Tripartite Free Trade Area will comprise 28 countries, cover approximately 18.3 million square kilometers and hold about 61 percent of the continent’s population.
The European Commission proposed to increase aid to Tunisia and complete a deeper trade pact within three years.