WTO: Tunisia’s Trade Policy and Practices to Undergo Fourth Review Soon

Organisation mondiale du commerce : Bientôt le 4e examen de la politique et des pratiques commerciales de la Tunisie

The Trade Policy Review (TPR) report serves as a crucial benchmark on the international stage, reflecting Tunisia’s level of economic openness and fostering trust among the country’s trading partners and financiers.

The launch of the fourth Trade Policy Review of Tunisia by the World Trade Organization (WTO) is imminent, with the date to be determined in consultation with the government.

These anticipations were announced on April 5 following the third meeting of the National Commission for Relations with the WTO, according to a statement from the Ministry of Trade and Export Development.

The meeting focused on the key outcomes of the 13th Ministerial Conference held from February 26 to March 1 in the United Arab Emirates, with the participation of a Tunisian delegation. Tunisia’s trade policy and practices were reviewed by the WTO.

Indeed, the TPR report carries significant international value, as it mirrors Tunisia’s economic openness and contributes to bolstering the confidence of the country’s trading partners and financiers.

The third TPR of Tunisia took place on July 13-15, 2016, according to the WTO. It was based on a report by the WTO Secretariat and a report by the Tunisian government.

Tunisia views the Trade Policy Review Mechanism as a vital tool of the World Trade Organization that promotes transparency, predictability, and effectiveness of the multilateral trading system.

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