Only 30% of young business leaders have "clear idea" of reforms undertaken by government | Tunisia News Gazette

Only 30% of young business leaders have “clear idea” of reforms undertaken by government

Only 30% of young business leaders said to have a clear idea” of the reforms undertaken by the current government against 53% that only have a vague idea and 16.7% have zero idea, according to a survey conducted in April by the Young Business Leaders Centre (CJD) on a sample of 300 members.

According to the same survey, only 6% of young business leaders describes the reform-implementation pace as good, while 21.2% consider this pace as average and 47% and 25.8% of the interviewees estimate that this pace is slow and very slow, respectively.

Heavy administration procedures, main obstacle

According to Tunisian young business leaders, the obstacles impeding economic recovery consist mainly in the heavy administrative procedures (50%), the problems of the confidence or business climate (34.8%) and the slowness of the House of Peoples’ Representatives (HPR) in adopting laws and texts and implementation decrees (12.1%).

Despite these hindrances, 37.9% of the interviewees voiced confidence in the recovery of the Tunisian economy in the medium-term, while 45.5% said to be less confident and 15.2% not at all confident.

Source: TAP News Agency

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