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Tunisia: Slight improvement in unemployment rate, except for tertiary graduates

The unemployment rate fell to 16.2% in the first quarter of 2024, compared with 16.4% in the fourth quarter of 2023 and 16.1% in...

Tunisia: Trade deficit down 23% to 4.7 billion dinars at end-April

At the end of the first four months of the current year, Tunisia's trade deficit stood at 4,772 million dinars, compared with 6,238 million...

Tunisia mobilizes for energy transition

Tunisia is embracing renewable energy sources such as solar, wind and biomass to diversify its energy mix and wean itself off its dependence on...

Inflation continues to fall, but no respite for food prices

Continuing the downward trend it has been following for months, the inflation rate fell by 3 decimal points to 7.2% in April, the National...

Italy-Tunisia: 2800 years of shared history, says Sangiuliano

During his visit to the Italian pavilion at the Tunis International Book Fair, we spoke to Gennaro Sangiuliano, Minister of Culture in the Meloni...

Food waste: Crossroads in understanding scourge to reduce its financial impact

Food waste is a real problem in Tunisia. For a Tunisian family of five, it represents a financial loss of around TND 85 per...

Importing on credit, just to consume, or government heterodoxy

It cannot be said often enough, especially on this Labour Day and UN Press Freedom Day, that populist rhetoric does not put food on...

ATB: ‘There was never any danger in delay’

ATB certainly has a deficit. But it's certainly not a disaster. And there is even an explanation. An explanation that is not always obvious,...

Tunisia: Prices of basic goods soar again!

The prices of vegetables, fruit and meat (red and white) remain high in Tunisia, even after the end of the holy month of Ramadan. During...

Tunisia: Energy independence at 42% by end of February 2024

Tunisia's energy independence rate stood at 42% at the end of February 2024, compared with 45% at the end of February 2023, according to...

Online shopping: 43% of Tunisians have been scammed at least once!

In Tunisia, the flourishing trade on social networks has left the door wide open to scams and rip-offs. While some sites have a reputation...

FTAV CEO: Parallel markets weigh on travel agencies

President of the Tunisian Federation of Travel and Tourism Agencies, Ahmed Bettaieb, announced in an interview with Africanmanager that the 2024 tourist season will...
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