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State too little involved in environment and climate, outside of international dynamics

Environmental diplomacy ensures countries’ positioning in the international context and offers any country concerned, especially developing countries, better access to the technologies, practices and...

Ferid Belhaj WB: “social welfare dimension becoming urgent” in Tunisia

Ferid Belhaj, a Tunisian national, joined the World Bank (WB) in 1996 as a senior legal advisor in the Legal Department and has served...

More and more Tunisian skilled workers give in to lure of emigration

A notable increase in the number of Tunisian engineers, doctors and university professors wishing to emigrate has been noticed in recent days; this will...

“Political Islam is over, and Ennahdha will no longer access the Executive,” said Alaya Allani

Academic, historian and researcher on Islamism and Salafism in North Africa and the Middle East, Alaya Allani explains in this interview with AfricanManager, why...

“Tunisian agri-tech as a vector of South-South development

The "Agri-tech Tunisia" project promotes the slogan "Together for a winning Africa" by supporting a South-South development through the internationalization of Tunisian high-tech startups...

Difficult choice between balancing budget and risking multi-digit inflation

Ahmed El Karam, one of the few wise men in the sector and former president of APTBEF spoke to Africanmanager about this new controversy...

Fadhel Kraiem gives some news … and they are interesting!

He is almost the only minister to be able to affirm what could be called the continuity of the State. A graduate of “Polytechnique France”,...

Néji Ghandri, CEO of Amen Bank: Challenges to come out strong from COVID-19

Néji Ghandri was appointed CEO of the 2nd private bank in Tunisia last August. In an interview with Africanmanager, the new CEO member of...

“The next government will not be able to do anything without a national economic pact”.

The next government will not be able to do anything without a national economic pact signed by all stakeholders, economist Aram Belhadj said in...

“Ready & safe – Tunisian tourism prepares for revival”

Sarah Schwepcke, GIZ Head of Project in Tunisia, talks in this interview about hygiene measures, the new reality of travel in the post-coronavirus era...

Slim Azzabi: Tunisia won’t run out of money, and its health has no price, but a bill

Tunisian Minister of Economic Development, Slim Azzabi last Friday gave this interview to Africanmanager. During the interview, we had mainly talked about the fate of...

Tunisia: CETIME gets a makeover!

The Technical Centre for Mechanical and Electrical Industries (CETIME) aims at supporting and supervising industrial companies, most of which are exporters. CETIME works to adapt...
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