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Political turmoil in Tunisia complicates IMF financing, Fitch says in wake of Saied decisions

The decision by the President of the Republic to suspend parliament and dismiss the prime minister may add further delays to an IMF program...

Exports: fishery products turbocharge

The export of fishery products, together with olive oil, emerges as the star of the trade balance of Tunisia, in so far as they...

The Biden administration and Tunisia: Off to a good start, says former US ambassador Gordon Gray

Freedom House lists Tunisia as one of only two free countries in the Middle East and North Africa. But the United States needs to...

The Water Code, still as divisive as ever!

The House of People's Representatives (ARP), Thursday, resumed its plenary dedicated to the review of the draft organic law No. 66/2019 of the Water...

Kooli and his supplementary budget bill: band-aid solutions and proven addiction to debt!

The "super" Minister of the Tunisian Economy, Ali Kooli, would have finally made his supplementary budget bill 2021. And the latter would bring neither...

Fitch Downgrades Tunisia to ‘B-‘; Outlook Negative

Fitch Ratings, on Thursday, downgraded Tunisia's Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) to 'B-' from 'B'. The Outlook is Negative. The downgrade to 'B-' and...

Tunisia: Saïed gets his lowest score ever. Will he learn from it?

The Emrhod Consulting firm has just delivered its political barometer for the month of June. Conducted between June 25 and 29, 2021, it sees...

Vietnam eyeing Tunisia as springboard for African markets

An online conference to promote trade cooperation between Vietnam and Tunisia took place on June 30, attracting the participation of representatives from 100 businesses...

Marouane Abassi calls for urgent and effective reforms in African countries

The African public authorities are called to react swiftly and efficiently to implement urgent reforms to improve the business climate and establish an environment...

Italian waste: Tunisia gets tough while diplomacy carries on its merry way!

The Italian waste import scandal does not seem to embark on a path that preserves the interests of Tunisia, despite the iterative professions of...

Tunisia: World Bank projects short-lived growth of 4% in 2021

Growth is temporarily expected to accelerate to 4 percent in 2021 as the pandemic’s effects on exports begin to abate and domestic demand begins...

Tunisia, 2nd country in North Africa in broadband speed

A report by Oakla Speedtest Intelligence reveals that every North African nation improved their mobile and fixed broadband speeds from Q2 2020 to Q1...
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