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Tunis is the capital and largest city of Tunisia. Tunis is the heartland of the Tunisian economy and is the industrial and economic hub of the country. Products include textiles, carpets, and olive oil. Tourism also provides a significant portion of the city's income.Tunisia is in Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and Libya. The climate is temperate in the north with mild, rainy winters and hot, dry summers, with desert in the south.The official language is Arabic. French is used in business and government and is mostly spoken. While only a few Tunisians are proficient in English, the number of English speakers is increasing. The main religion is Islam.The economy of Tunisia is in the process of economic reform and liberalization after decades of heavy state direction and participation in the economy. Economic and fiscal planning have resulted in moderate but sustained growth for over a decade. Tunisia's economic growth historically has depended on oil, phosphates, agri-food products, car parts manufacturing, and tourism.Expatriate business dress is conservative typically a lightweight suit. Women should be aware that extremists demand the observance of strict Muslim dress codes.The security risk for expatriates in Tunisia is low overall, but high in the south and the interior. Risks include ongoing economic challenges, petty crime, strikes, protests and incursions by armed groups along the border with Libya, as well as terrorism.The currency of Tunisia is the Tunisian Dinar (TND). ATMs are widely available in major urban areas not all international cards are accepted. Major credit cards are generally accepted (but not all) at most shops, restaurants and hotels.Medical facilities are generally adequate but not at international standards. The cost of treatment for expatriates can be high. Usually immediate payment is required. Serious or complex medical treatment may require evacuation which can be expensive.The population of Tunis is 2.6 Million (Metro) (2019 est.), while the inflation rate (CPI) is 6.5% for Tunisia as at October 2019.Xpatulator Hypothetical Tax for Tunisia is based on the current personal income tax rates which are progressive up to 35%.