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Illicit Financial Flows, Corruption, and Sustainable Economic Development in Tunisia

by Dabbegh, S.
Published by : Global Financial Intergrity (USA) Physical details: 4p. Year: 2016
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The article looks at the aftermaths of the “Jasmine Revolution” and laments the scourge of corruption .Tunisia’s key economic and social problems have not been tackled in a way that lives up to the people’s expectations as the majority of Tunisians believe that corruption has worsened in the past few years. While the government is struggling to stimulate the economy and collect the necessary funds to invest in the rural Tunisia, various studies advance alarming figures of illicit financial flows hence the acerbic effects capital flight has on the economic development of Tunisia merits officials’ attention.

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