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Population: 2.3 million
Ease of Doing Business Rank (Tunisia): 73
Rigidity of Employment Index (Tunisia): 49
With a multilingual population (Arabic, French, English) and close cultural ties to Europe, Tunis is a logical destination for companies looking to service the European market. To add extra incentives, the Tunisian government is planning to spend $3 billion on a financial services business cluster, dubbed the Tunis Financial Harbor, to attract outsourcing clients.