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Socio-economic measures: Will Fakhfakh keep all his promises?

During the plenary session held at the parliament Thursday, June 25, 2020 and dedicated to the discussion of the assessment of the...

DCFTA: Time to make amends!

Overshadowed by the coronavirus pandemic, like many other burning issues, that of the DCFTA (Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement) between Tunisia...

Unfair, even iniquitous taxation, according to Oxfam

Fiscal justice is a substitute for austerity and one of the indispensable remedies against inequalities in Tunisia, Oxfam, the confederation of anti-poverty...

Coronavirus has hit more than half of Tunisians hard…

In many ways, it seems that it is time for a check-up on the coronavirus pandemic in Tunisia. More...

Businessman and “Big brother”, Fakhfakh says no to Taboubi and lets down Mnakbi

He has not been thanked enough for defeating the Coronavirus, so he makes himself comfortable to congratulate himself in a long interview,...

Unexpected outburst of Erray about expats

Not very talkative in the media, and usually calm and reserved, the Tunisian Minister of Foreign Affairs, also known as the head...

Trade deficit shrinks by 2,006.1 MD at end May

The trade deficit has narrowed by 2,006.1 million dinars to 6,099.9 million dinars at the end of May 2020, from 8,106 million...

Tunis, least expensive city in the world for expatriates, according to Mercer

It would be hard to believe, and yet it is a truth that is recorded and validated by the latest edition of...

State owes more than TND 2.8 billion to its enterprises. Will it ever pay them?

The figures of Tunisia’s external debt (that of the State and the companies) of the 3 musketeers, as the Tunisian cartoonist Omrane...

More flexibility in companies’ access to external financing

The Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) has just published circular No. 2020-13 on "the revision of the regulatory conditions of access of...

Reopening accelerates, tourism is promising and Tunisair on standby ahead of June 27

Tunisia has announced the opening of all its borders by June 27, 2020, becoming the first country to do so.

Tunisia: State is letting down Tunisair! Serious statements by Anouar Maarouf!

"The Tunisian government will not provide any financial support to the company. The government cannot risk providing financial support to a company...
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