TUNISIA: news on Economy in real time
TUNISIA and Mediterranean countries: news on Economy in real time.
Tunisia: Growth of the Tunisian economy is expected to reach…The institution underlines that Tunisia's GDP growth should be limited to 1.2% in 2023, due in particular to a persistent drought, external financing challenges and the increase in the debt of several public companies.Friday 17 November 2023
Towards the creation of a Water-Energy-Food Nexus Committee in TunisiaWednesday 18 October 2023
Mediterranean: How WEF-CAP project brings together innovation players in water,…Wednesday 19 July 2023
WEF Innovation and Technology: Seeds of Change for a Water Wise Mediterranean
At the time climate change is shaking up our society and complex challenges arise with managing scarce natural resources, FEMISE (the Euro-Mediterranean Forum of Institutes of Economic Sciences) and six other partners- the Royal Scientific Society in Jordan, the Tunisian Environmental Protection Agency, the Greek Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Savings, the Egyptian Centre for Innovation and Technological Development, University of Catania in Italy and the Autonomous University of Barcelona in Spain- have launched the WEF-CAP project.Monday 17 July 2023
Mediterranean: The EBSOMED programme is coming to an end after 5 years of action in support of trade union representation, companies and women. What are the results?
All the players and managers involved in the EBSOMED Mediterranean programme met in Brussels at the European Parliament to take stock of 5 years of work to promote the Mediterranean business ecosystem by stimulating investment and job creation in the region with a view to economic growth. Exclusive video report at the heart of exchanges between Europe and the Mediterranean countries.Friday 23 June 2023
Mediterranean: Take part in the public consultation to assess best practices for water, energy and food in the region
FEMISE, Euromed network bringing together more than 100 universities and research centers, with more than 800 experts in political and economic disciplines from all over the Mediterranean, and its partners are launching a Public Consultation on the evaluation of the best practices of the Water-Energy–food Nexus to be replicated in the Mediterranean region.Monday 20 March 2023