The new AfDB report, prepared in close collaboration with the United States Government and the Government of Tunisia, aims at identifying the most binding constraints to growth in Tunisia in order to identify areas where policy reforms are most needed.
What does GOT stand for?
GOT stands for Government of Tunisia
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Kerry noted that the US looks "to the Government of Tunisia to foster an environment of justice and accountability that is conductive to a free and fair election process, including freedom of the press and access for domestic and international observers".
The Government of Tunisia has accepted a visit of the Working Group in November.
President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali and President Moncef Marzouki to pledge US Commitment to work with the people and government of Tunisia.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon congratulated the people and interim government of Tunisia for the peaceful holding of the first free elections in the region.
We encourage the government of Tunisia as well as the independent elections commission to ensure fairness (and) transparency of the electoral process which includes unfettered and secure access to voting stations and timely and accurate release of the results," he said.
uk Global Banking News - 01 August 2011 The government of Tunisia said that economic recovery in the nation had been affected by the conflict in Libya.
Jolie praised the government of Tunisia for its generosity toward the refugees.