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World Bank Group Statement on New Country Partnership for Tunisia

May 18, 2016


The World Bank Group has issued the following statement on the new Country Partnership Framework for Tunisia:

As one World Bank Group, we are maximizing our suite of services (Financing, Advisory and Convening) to support Tunisia’s efforts to transform its successful political transition into strong social and economic outcomes for its citizens. A critical element in this process is a new social contract, based on citizen’s confidence in the government’s ability to maintain a level economic playing field and access to quality services for all, especially the vulnerable, the youth, and women. We remain focused on helping Tunisia realize its immense potential, including through educational reforms and changes to the business environment, to facilitate private sector investments to create jobs, and promote inclusive and competitive economic growth.

Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, World Bank Country Director for the Maghreb and Malta

Eileen Murray, World Bank Country Manager for Tunisia

Mouayed Makhlouf, International Finance Corporation Director for the Middle East and North Africa

Dan Biller, Acting Director Economics and Sustainability Group, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

The World Bank Group has issued the following statement on the new Country Partnership Framework for Tunisia:

 

As one World Bank Group, we are maximizing our suite of services (Financing, Advisory and Convening) to support Tunisia’s efforts to transform its successful political transition into strong social and economic outcomes for its citizens. A critical element in this process is a new social contract, based on citizen’s confidence in the government’s ability to maintain a level economic playing field and access to quality services for all, especially the vulnerable, the youth, and women. We remain focused on helping Tunisia realize its immense potential, including through educational reforms and changes to the business environment, to facilitate private sector investments to create jobs, and promote inclusive and competitive economic growth.

 

Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, World Bank Country Director for the Maghreb and Malta

Eileen Murray, World Bank Country Manager for Tunisia

Mouayed Makhlouf, International Finance Corporation Director for the Middle East and North Africa

Dan Biller, Acting Director Economics and Sustainability Group, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

The World Bank Group has issued the following statement on the new Country Partnership Framework for Tunisia:

 

As one World Bank Group, we are maximizing our suite of services (Financing, Advisory and Convening) to support Tunisia’s efforts to transform its successful political transition into strong social and economic outcomes for its citizens. A critical element in this process is a new social contract, based on citizen’s confidence in the government’s ability to maintain a level economic playing field and access to quality services for all, especially the vulnerable, the youth, and women. We remain focused on helping Tunisia realize its immense potential, including through educational reforms and changes to the business environment, to facilitate private sector investments to create jobs, and promote inclusive and competitive economic growth.

 

Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, World Bank Country Director for the Maghreb and Malta

Eileen Murray, World Bank Country Manager for Tunisia

Mouayed Makhlouf, International Finance Corporation Director for the Middle East and North Africa

Dan Biller, Acting Director Economics and Sustainability Group, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

The World Bank Group has issued the following statement on the new Country Partnership Framework for Tunisia:

 

As one World Bank Group, we are maximizing our suite of services (Financing, Advisory and Convening) to support Tunisia’s efforts to transform its successful political transition into strong social and economic outcomes for its citizens. A critical element in this process is a new social contract, based on citizen’s confidence in the government’s ability to maintain a level economic playing field and access to quality services for all, especially the vulnerable, the youth, and women. We remain focused on helping Tunisia realize its immense potential, including through educational reforms and changes to the business environment, to facilitate private sector investments to create jobs, and promote inclusive and competitive economic growth.

 

Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, World Bank Country Director for the Maghreb and Malta

Eileen Murray, World Bank Country Manager for Tunisia

Mouayed Makhlouf, International Finance Corporation Director for the Middle East and North Africa

Dan Biller, Acting Director Economics and Sustainability Group, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

The World Bank Group has issued the following statement on the new Country Partnership Framework for Tunisia:

 

As one World Bank Group, we are maximizing our suite of services (Financing, Advisory and Convening) to support Tunisia’s efforts to transform its successful political transition into strong social and economic outcomes for its citizens. A critical element in this process is a new social contract, based on citizen’s confidence in the government’s ability to maintain a level economic playing field and access to quality services for all, especially the vulnerable, the youth, and women. We remain focused on helping Tunisia realize its immense potential, including through educational reforms and changes to the business environment, to facilitate private sector investments to create jobs, and promote inclusive and competitive economic growth.

 

Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, World Bank Country Director for the Maghreb and Malta

Eileen Murray, World Bank Country Manager for Tunisia

Mouayed Makhlouf, International Finance Corporation Director for the Middle East and North Africa

Dan Biller, Acting Director Economics and Sustainability Group, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

The World Bank Group has issued the following statement on the new Country Partnership Framework for Tunisia:

 

As one World Bank Group, we are maximizing our suite of services (Financing, Advisory and Convening) to support Tunisia’s efforts to transform its successful political transition into strong social and economic outcomes for its citizens. A critical element in this process is a new social contract, based on citizen’s confidence in the government’s ability to maintain a level economic playing field and access to quality services for all, especially the vulnerable, the youth, and women. We remain focused on helping Tunisia realize its immense potential, including through educational reforms and changes to the business environment, to facilitate private sector investments to create jobs, and promote inclusive and competitive economic growth.

 

Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, World Bank Country Director for the Maghreb and Malta

Eileen Murray, World Bank Country Manager for Tunisia

Mouayed Makhlouf, International Finance Corporation Director for the Middle East and North Africa

Dan Biller, Acting Director Economics and Sustainability Group, Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency

Media Contacts
In Tunis
Sadok Ayari
Tel : +216 71 96 71 97
sayari@worldbank.org
In Washington
William Stebbins
Tel :  +1 (202) 458-8783
wstebbins@worldbank.org



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