Tunisia Country Statistics

Using information gathered from the World Bank, I have created graphs to compare Tunisia’s economy with that of other MENA countries. In addition to these graphs, I have gathered country statistics on the population of Tunisia.

Population Statistics:

Population: 10,549,100

Poverty headcount ratio at national poverty line (% of population from 2005): 3.8%

Life expectancy: 74 yrs

Literacy Rate (% of people age 15 +): 78%

GNI per capita in 2010: $4,060

GDP in 2010: $44,290,655,120

Note: To view the original graphs from the World Bank website, click on the title of the graph! 

GDP of Tunisia compared to Middle East and North Africa (all income levels)

Tunisia: $44,290,655,120.2

Middle East and North Africa: $2,150,117,953,060.9

GDP of Tunisia compared to Algeria and Libya

Algeria: $159,425,577,393.6

Libya: $62,360,446,571.0 (2009)

GDP Growth (Annual %) of Tunisia compared to Middle East and North Africa (all income levels)

Tunisia: 3.7%

Middle East and North Africa: 2.5% (2009)

GNI Per capita of Tunisia compared to Middle East and North Africa (all income levels)

Tunisia: $4,060.0

Middle East and North Africa: $6,110.4 (2009)

GNI per capita of Tunisia compared to Algeria and Libya

Algeria: $4,450.0

Libya: $12,320.0

Agriculture (% of GDP) – Tunisia compared to Middle East and North Africa (all income levels)

Tunisia: 7.1% (2009)

Middle East and North Africa: 7.4% (2007)

Industry (% of GDP) – Tunisia compared to Middle East and North Africa (all income levels)

Tunisia: 27.2% (2009)

Middle East and North Africa: 51.1% (2007)

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