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Tunisia's Prime Minister, Mohammed Al Ghannouchi, explores his country's economic prospects
Tunisia's Prime Minister, Mohammed Al Ghannouchi, explores his country's economic prospects
STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Tunisia's industrial sector contributes to over a third of Tunisia's GDP
  • Tunisia is the most competitive economy in Africa
  • The country's Prime Minister, Mohammed Al Ghannouchi discusses Tunisia's economy

(CNN) -- In focus -- Tunisia turns tech-savvy

Tunisia's economy is diverse and divided across the agricultural, mining, tourism and manufacturing sectors.

But it's the country's industrial sector that contributes over a third of Tunisia's GDP.

This week MME takes a look at Tunisia's steps to enter the high tech world.

Facetime with Mohamed Ghannouchi, Prime Minister, Tunisia

It's the most competitive economy in Africa and has one of North Africa's highest GDP per capita.

But Tunisia has had to diversify its economy and trading partners to overcome the impact of the global downturn.

This week, MME sits down with the country's Prime Minister, Mohammed Al Ghannouchi to explore Tunisia's economic prospects.

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