Tunisia has been ranked among the top 10 African countries in the quality of the entrepreneurial environment, reveals the Global Entrepreneurship Index (GEI).
Standing ahead of Botswana in second place and South Africa in third place, Tunisia has distinguished itself by its ability to develop new products and to integrate new technologies. At the level of the Maghreb countries, Morocco is in 5th position, followed by Egypt 6th and Algeria in 7th position.
According to the report, the quality of human capital both in business and STIM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) in Tunisia, exceeds the average of 50/100.
However, reveals the document, Tunisian entrepreneurs have a strong risk aversion. This apprehension is mainly fueled by political instability in the country.