Thanks for your message. The study is not advocating for rolling out fiber to every home in Tunisia but to finding the optimal broadband technology mix. LTE appears indeed as the appropriate ultra-fast broadband technology for country-wide coverage, but FTTH would be meaningful to serve approximately 20% of the population in key areas of Tunisia. Broadband is a general purpose technology (GPT) with pervasive productivity impacts on multiple sectors of the economy (energy, water, industrial production, services, transport, and so on). Broadband is expected to have a similar impact on the transformation of the economy as previous GPTs have had in the past, including the printing press, steam engines, and electricity. Broadband is therefore an enabler for investments in a country like Tunisia for a number of emerging fields you rightfully mentioned including 3D printers or the “Internet of Things” and also a key determinant in foreign direct investment (FDI) decisions including in nascent fields such as the electric cars manufacturing you are referring to. Last but not least, broadband enables virtualisation of work, including ICT based contracting, and this will create additional jobs.