Tunisia’s GDP percentage change year on year. After suffering a major slump in 2011, the economy is now on the road to recovery.
In terms of ease of doing business, Tunisia lags behind the UAE and Morocco but fares better than Jordan, Egypt and Lebanon.
Public spending accounts for around 56% of healthcare expenditure in Tunisia, with out of pocket making up 38% and other private sources 6%.
The CNAM, Tunisia’s public healthcare insurance, covers almost 68% of the Tunisian population.
Marketing authorizations and submissions in Tunisia. In 2016, there were 458 submissions but only 328 authorizations.
MNCs dominate the Tunisian market with around 70% of value and 57% of volume.
Pharma sales in Tunisia are set to grown by 1.8% between 2017 and 2020.