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Tunisia: CTN suffers net loss of 63 million dinars in 2020

The Tunisian Shipping Company (CTN) had suffered a net loss of 63.2 million dinars in 2020, against a deficit of 8.6 million a year...

Tunisia: INMA Finance grants Enda Tamweel 7-million-dinar financing

INMA Finance, a private debt vehicle dedicated to Tunisian companies, and Enda Tamweel, the first microfinance institution in Tunisia, have announced the signing of...

Tunisia: Les Ciments de Bizerte sees 18% rise in revenue in 2021

The overall turnover of the company Les Ciments de Bizerte saw a rise of 17.8% in 2021, to 130.8 million dinars in 2021, from...

OTE calls for revision of trade agreements disadvantageous to Tunisia

The worsening trade deficit with China and Turkey is contributing to the draining of foreign exchange reserves and seriously threatens local production, according to...

Ministerial delegation visits Gafsa to end blocking of Mdhila 2 plant

After a two-year blocking because of a series of sit-ins observed by job seekers, the construction of the Mdhila 2 plant for the manufacture...

Tunisia-Germany: Review of security cooperation

The Tunisian-German cooperation in the security field and ways to develop it were discussed at a meeting Tuesday evening between Minister of Interior Taoufik...

Structural Reforms Needed to Put Tunisia on Path to Sustainable Growth

-Decisive structural reforms and an improved business climate are essential to put Tunisia's economy on a more sustainable path, create jobs for the growing...

Reported investments in industrial sector down by 25.8% in 2021

The reported investments in the industrial sector dropped by 25.8%, in 2021, to 2539.7 million dinars (MD), compared to 2020, announced Tuesday, the Agency...

Tunisia denounces “repeated” aggressions against UAE

Minister of Foreign Affairs, Migration and Tunisians Abroad Othman Jerandi had, last week, two telephone conversations with Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyane, Minister...

Nadia Akacha resigns as Chief of Staff of Presidential Cabinet

Nadia Akacha resigned from her post as Chief of Staff of the Presidential Cabinet, a source at the Presidency of the Republic confirmed to...

Kaïs Saïed meets with Prime Minister and Ministers of Justice and Interior

President of the Republic Kaïs Saïed met on Monday at Carthage Palace with Prime Minister Najla Bouden-Romadhane, Justice Minister Leila Jaffel and Interior Minister...

US companies willing to invest in basic infrastructure in Tunisia

A number of US companies are willing to invest in basic infrastructure and logistics to support Tunisia's efforts in this field, US Ambassador in...
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