Bertelsmann Stiftung (ed.)

Houssem Eddine Chebbi and Markus Overdiek

How to Improve Food Security in Tunisia:
Step up Mutual Trade and Investment Links with the EU

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1. edition
32 pages, Brochure
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Europe benefits when its southern neighbors such as Tunisia can withstand crises on their own. Since a significant part of the country’s grain imports come from Ukraine, sourcing food supplies will become more expensive and uncertain for Tunisia in light of the war. Strengthening the agricultural sector in this economically battered and politically unstable state is all the more important as a result. Given its close economic ties to the country, the EU can help stabilize this difficult situation.

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