Tags (4) : development
07/24/2015 | Socio-economic assessments
Invest in innovation, overhaul the Tunisian education system and vocational training, improve the banking system and build new infrastructure… According to the economists of the Institut de la Méditerranée (Marseille and Tunis) and the FEMISE, boosting the Tunisian economy requires activating a number levers. Version française
11/02/2012 | Environmental and development issues
Through the collaborative project, Pegaso, the EU wants to think of coastlines in terms of integrated management. In this context Plan Bleu relies on the dialogue between policy-makers and scientists. Here’s an update on this operational research project with project leader Julien Le Tellier....
11/02/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Manufacturing with OCP, techno-hubs with MEDZ, and Plan Maroc vert (green Morocco), the European Investment Bank makes its presence in Morocco felt like never before. The EIB grants over €270 million in loans to this country in just a few days. MOROCCO / EUROPE. By signing a loan for €130 million...
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10/30/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
TUNISIA / EUROPA. In late May 2011, in Deauville, France, the G8 SET the agenda: “begin new projects without delay” to support democratic transition in the wake of the Arab spring. A month later, the European Investment Bank (EIB) becomes the first vehicle for this ambition by deciding to...