2 Years After Tunisia Startup Act: What’s Changed & What Lessons Can Be Learnt?

By  |  April 6, 2020

In April 2018, Tunisia became the first African country to pass legislation known as the Startup Act.

The Tunisian Startup Act was passed into law by the country’s parliament after two years of deliberations and consultations with the leaders of the local startup ecosystem.

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