Tunisian Republic
Tunisian Republic Ministry of Investment, Development and International Cooperation

AERONAUTICS

A sector in continuous growth perfectly integrated in the global value chain

  • More than 80 companies with more than 17 000 employees in the sector ;
  • € 510 M of exports in 2018 ;
  • 4 % of GDP ;
  • An aeronautical cluster grouping more than 48 industries and a unique aeronautical  cluster site in Africa
  • One of the most competitive countries in the world in terms of human resources cost and also with regard to the rest of the operating expenses   


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Automotive

Tunisia: A pool of engineers that is recognized at regional level for its skills and quality of training 

  • An automotive cluster grouping more than 38 companies covering most of the segments of the sector’s value chain
  • +80,000 employees in the sector 
  • € 1 667M of exports in 2017 
  • Around 4% of GDP 
  • 47 engineering schools and 25 Institutes for technology studies (ISET) 
  • +60 Vocational Training Centers 





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ICT

Tunisia: A pool of ICT talents regionally recognized for its skilled workforce and quality of training and education 

  • 9% ICT Exports / Services exports 
  • 7,5% of the GDP 
  • An average of 2000 engineer anually graduate
  • +1800 companies 
  • 80 000 employees in the sector 




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Pharmaceutical Industry

Tunisia: A center of excellence and a gateway towards Subsaharian Africa

  • 2% of GDP in 2018 
  • 8 800 employees in the sector 
  • € 164.7 M of exports in 2018
  • 5 200 graduate in the sector annually (36% of whom are doctors and pharmacists) 
  • 3,5% of African continent clinical trials in the 
  • A of continously growing 5% per year sector which will keep a growth rate average
  • A large production units ecosystem , 1 pharmaceutical cluster including more than 33 human medecines PharmaIn’ and diverse R&D centers 


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