Are Tunisians happy?

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Are Tunisians happy?

Tunisia: Happiness Index, 0 (unhappy) – 10 (happy) The average value for Tunisia during that period was 4.72 points with a minimum of 4.46 points in 2019 and a maximum of 5.05 points in 2016. The latest value from 2020 is 4.6 points.

Q. How Tunisia makes money?

Tunisia’s economic growth historically has depended on oil, phosphates, agri-food products, car parts manufacturing, and tourism. The year 2015 was marked by terrorist attacks in Tunisia which are likely to affect economic growth, especially in tourism, one of the main sectors.

Q. What is a major industry in Tunisia?

Tunisia’s most significant exports are textiles and leather products, electrical machinery, and crude and refined petroleum. Its major imports are consumer products, raw materials, machinery and electrical equipment, and food products.

Q. Who is the richest country?

Luxembourg
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RankCountryGDP-PPP ($)
1Luxembourg118,001
2Singapore97,057
3Ireland94,392
4Qatar93,508

Q. What kind of economy does Tunisia have now?

Economy of Tunisia. Tunisia is in the process of economic reform and liberalization after decades of heavy state direction and participation in the economy. Prudent economic and fiscal planning have resulted in moderate but sustained growth for over a decade. Tunisia’s economic growth historically has depended on oil, phosphates,…

Q. How big is the unemployment rate in Tunisia?

Unemployment continued to plague Tunisia’s economy and was aggravated by a rapidly growing work force. An estimated 55% of the population is under the age of 25. Officially, 15.2% of the Tunisian work force is unemployed. In 2011, after the Arab Spring, the economy slumped but then recovered with 2.81% GDP growth in 2014.

Q. How big is the stock market in Tunisia?

The stock market capitalisation of listed companies in Tunisia was valued at $5.3 Billion in 2007, 15% of 2007 GDP, by the World Bank.

Q. How big is the public debt in Tunisia?

The Tunisian public debt, 70% of which is external, will reach 90% of GDP in 2020, continuing the worrisome upward trend that began in 2011, when it was about half as big. Tunisia is vulnerable to exogenous shocks, mainly to currency risk because of the high concentration of external debt.

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