Qatar is the Arab country that has invested the most in Tunisia during the first 10 months of the current year, according to the Arab Investment & Export Credit Guarantee Corporation (Dhaman).
It comes in 2nd place on the list of foreign countries and the first in the Arab world, with investments of about USD 45.5 million, or 13% of the overall foreign direct investment (FDI).
It is followed by the United Arab Emirates with USD 17.47 million. On this register, Libya is in the 3rd place with USD 6.87 million in the order ahead of Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
In terms of countries hosting inter-Arab investments, Dhaman states in its report on the investment climate in 2015 that Tunisia occupies the 8th place with 21.6 billion dollars.