DCFTA: An Uncertain Economic Impact and Irreversible Consequences on Society and Sovereignty

This policy brief argues that the DCFTA will not provide significant economic improvements, and certainly not an economic miracle, because its irreversible political and social consequences will prevent development in Tunisia.

By Marco JONVILLE | 13 December 2020

The Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) between Tunisia and the European Union: A jump into the void or an opportunity to seize?

This policy brief firstly shows the potential economic, political and social risks that joining DCFTA poses for Tunisia secondly but also demonstrates how, if certain assets are developed, this partnership could be an opportunity to implement major reforms.

By Lamia JAIDANE MAZIGH | 9 December 2020