Tunisia has been ranked 25th in the world in the 2019 Global Retail Development Index that studies global retailing landscape, moving down one spot compared to 2018.
Ghana which came 4th in the world topped Africa, ahead of Senegal ranks (7th), Morocco (12th) and Tunisia (25th).
Egypt was ranked 26th and Tanzania and Nigeria at 28th and 30th respectively.
Tunisia’s retail sector, according to the study, is valued currently at $14 billion.
China has assumed the 1st position; India has dropped to the 2nd position while Malaysia maintains the 3rd positions in the bi-annual study.
The A.T. Kearney Global Retail Development Index ranks emerging countries based on a set of twenty-five variables including four key variables: country risk, market attractiveness, market saturation, and sales growth.