Egypt and Tunisia declared 2023 as their Year of Economic Cooperation in May 2022. It is apropos as two of the largest and most vibrant economies in North Africa. On May 13, 2022, Foreign Policy Magazine published the article, “It’s Africa’s Century—for Better or Worse,” with the subheadline, “Asia gets the attention, but the real economic revolution is the inevitable growth of an overlooked continent.”
Egypt and Tunisia have Mediterranean seaports, and establishing a fixed maritime trade route is a crucial objective. Both are desirable tourist destinations with relatively stable governments. Africa is the next growth market, and Nigeria has shown that. Egypt and Tunisia will benefit through their proximity to Europe and legacy cultures.
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