Tunisia has the 107th freest economy in the world with 57.7 score, according to the 2015 Index of Economic Freedom.
Its score is 0.4 point higher than last year, with improvements in the control of government spending, freedom from corruption, and business freedom largely offset by declines in labor freedom and monetary freedom. Tunisia is ranked 11th out of 15 countries in the Middle East/North Africa region.
Tunisia’s transition to a more open and inclusive economy has been hurt by political instability and indecisiveness in implementing critical reforms. Over the past five years, economic freedom in Tunisia has declined by 0.8 point, with deteriorations in four of the 10 economic freedoms, including property rights, the control of government spending, and monetary freedom.