Tunis / Tunisia – The 2022 finance bill and the measures proposed to stimulate investment and improve the business climate were at the center of a meeting held on Thursday between the Minister of Finance, Sihem Boughdiri Nemsia , and the Minister of Economy and Planning, Samir Saied.
The meeting was also an opportunity to discuss the financing of the economy, support for economic enterprises and the lines of financing provided for in the framework of agreements with donors, indicates a press release published by the Finance Department.
The two ministers affirmed the will of the government to restore the level of growth of the country and to boost the creation of wealth, to support economic enterprises and to put in place appropriate mechanisms to support economic activity, in terms of taxation and financial.
In addition, they underlined the importance of benefiting from funds granted within the framework of financial cooperation with Tunisia’s partners, in particular donors and friendly countries.
The first 2022 finance bill gives priority to supporting businesses, tax reform, the digitization of the administration, the improvement of tax collection and the fight against tax evasion. This first version also includes social and health measures.
The finance bill comes in a difficult economic context marked by the COVID-19 pandemic which has severely impacted the most disadvantaged businesses and social categories and has spared no sector, but also in a political and social climate which remains unstable.