Tunisia mega projects

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  3. kmguru Staff Member

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    And your comment is?

    What is the basis of the city to sustain itself? What exactly the city or Tunisia going to produce as products that can equally compete with

    Brazil
    Russia
    India
    China
    Korea
    Japan
    Germany
     
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  5. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    I think he's employed by the Tunisian Tourism Board.
     
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  7. kmguru Staff Member

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    May be he can find out from the government, the basis of building stuff that no one will come!
     
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    tunisia is already competing on the internatioanl level,
    also, those projects, will be a very important economic role, tourisms, and finanacialism, also, providing many chances of work, about 35000, tunisia have about 20 percent, unemployments, but they are living fine, thank to our tender and warm family relations and people,
    the city of the medeterrnian gate, will be an international, buisness sector, also touristic,
     
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    tunisia is not like u.a.e, or dubai, build all the time for no reason, just spending money, they could do better things with it, like evolve their education and scienctific bases, also fix all the social problems,
    we don't build empty buildings, just for fun, tunisia is not an oil contry, we don't have much natural recources, we rely on services, at the first level, then agriculture and industry,
    but the most important part, is, people,
    as i posted in another topic, tunisia is becoming an very important industrual hub in the medeterrenian by 2016,
    it's already ranked in some international ranks,
    like olive oil
    and organic fertilizers, also tissues (you know, like clothing and other sutff)
     
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  11. Syzygys As a mother, I am telling you Valued Senior Member

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    That's what I thought. But isn't it about 5 years too early???
     
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    lol, i'm not an imployement from tehj tourists guide,
    it is not very uselfull to start making discussion so people know tunisia and visit it, there are magasines, tv. shows, and other stuff, post cards...
    if a pearson love his contry, and love his culture and his reality, doesnt mean that it's a job that he works, loving the native contry and the identity is not something you can sell or buy
     
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    who said they will come, we will go, we need job places, we have many unemplyeds,

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    Is the Mediterranean Gate project still on pace? Did the Dubai real estate collapse change people's perceptions about whether the Mediterranean Gate would be successful?

    Is the new airport supposed to be a transit point for European to Sub Saharan African air traffic?

    Do the German, Dutch, British beach loving tourists go to Tunisia? If they do Kenya and Spain you would think they might go to Tunisia but I don't remember hearing about Tunisia as a European beach tourist destination.
     
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    i don't know, tourism have an imporatant part in the contry budget, anyway, teh mediterranean gate, i think it stoped, but not cancelled, and the tunis sport city, still on contruction, and the international airport, don, teh culture house, don, new tourism compains in europe, and in magazines, under doing, lol,
    and, uuh, i don't know , it will get25 millions a year, i mean teh new airport,
     
  16. Shadow1 Valued Senior Member

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    and, what's your point exactly...?
     
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    uuh, whatever
     
  18. kmguru Staff Member

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    The Namibia project such as Groot project is a better sustainable project.
     
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  20. draqon Banned Banned

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    dude Shadow before you I did not even know that a country like Tunisia existed.

    I bet if you advertised Tunisian girls, sciforumers would want to participate in Tunisian MEGA-projects.
     
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    haha, science is just my secret, the science forum is my secret, i don't wanna look like a nurd. lol
     
  23. Captain Kremmen All aboard, me Hearties! Valued Senior Member

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    Perhaps you could explain that a little further Mr Shadow.
     
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