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Egypt, Nile Basin countries cooperate to enhance communication

Egypt's Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Mohamed Salem, said Tuesday the cooperation with Nile

Tunisia: Just Sunhine says sales to bounce back next year

Tunisia could see “genuine growth” next year as the biggest operator to the destination out of the UK says strong sales have spurred it

Tunisia: citrus fruit production could reach 260,000 tons in Nabeul

A record production of 260 thousand tons of citrus fruit is expected this year in Nabeul, according to estimates provided by relevant

Tunisia: first brickyard starts production in Kebili

The first brickyard of Kebili has started production which is estimated at an average of 800 tons a year

UAE to invest in Malian mining industry

Mali, the third African gold producer behind South Africa and Ghana, with a production of 50 tons per year, plans to build a gold refinery

Nigeria’s main opposition party rejects planned fuel subsidy removal

As the controversy over the plan by the Nigerian government to remove fuel subsidy deepens, the main opposition Action Congress

Tunisia: rise of trade exchanges in first 10 months of 2011

Tunisia's external trade exchanges reached, during the first ten months of 2011, a value worth 20,952.4 million dinars (MTD) for exports

Tunisia: consumer price index up 1.1% in October

The Consumer Price Index posted a rise of 1.1% last October, compared with September, the National Statistics Institute (NSI) said.

Tunisia: Microsoft launches annual startups’ sponsorship program

The Microsoft Innovation Centre (MIC) launched its annual program of startups' sponsorship for the 2011-2012 period.

Germanwings to launch air service between Cologne and Tunis

Low-cost airline Germanwings will launch, in March, a new air service between Cologne -Bonn and Tunis, its second

Canadian investors ‘to bail out’ Guinean mining sector

Investors from 19 Canadian companies Wednesday in Conakry promised to invest US$30 billion to bail out the Guinean mining sector,

Ban tasks G-20 on sustainable development, jobs

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday 
called on leaders of the world’s biggest economies (G-20) meeting in Cannes,
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