Investors, they like stability,” says Tunisia’s Industry Minister Slim Feriani. But Tunisia has had little of that since 2011 when a popular uprising overthrew the government and set the country on a new, democratic path.

Detailing the reasons behind the crash in Tunisia’s oil and gas output over the last decade or so, Mr Feriani told MEES in a wide-ranging interview that “there wasn’t much of an appetite to come and invest in Tunisia … You had changes in policies. You had uncertainty. A government nearly every year.” (CONTINUED - 1515 WORDS)