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Tunisia plans to identify efforts to boost Japanese tourist flow

Tunisia is planning to identify efforts to boost Japanese tourist flow, Tunisian National Tourism Board (ONTT) Director-general

Tunisia takes part in Paris “Midest 2011”

Tunisia is taking part from November 15 to 18 November, 2011, in the largest international industrial subcontracting exhibition »MIDEST"

French cereal farmers seek to preserve their status as leading supplier of Tunisia

Tunisia has imported from France 39% of its requirements for wheat during the 2010-2011 campaign, or 409,000 tons.

Several African nations to participate in Gas forum summit in Qatar

The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) is planning to have its first ever summit in Qatar on Tuesday to discuss fair prices and 

Egyptian stocks lose big on political tension

Egyptian stocks was Monday battered on the back of political tension, from threats by leading Islamist groups in the country to hold a million

EU calls for ”renewed partnership” with Tunisia

Meeting on Monday in Brussels, the Foreign Affairs Council of the European Union stressed that the elections of October 23, 2011

Tunisia: businessmen call for operating direct flights to Africa

At a round-table meeting on prospects for investment in the region of Sousse, participants among Tunisian businessmen have called

European Union grants Tunisia 400-mln-Euro donation

"The European Union confirms its commitment to carry on its partnership with Tunisia, by granting a donation worth 400 million Euros

Tunisair to resume flights to Tripoli on November 16

National flag carrier Tunisair will resume regular flights to Tripoli next November 16 with two daily flights.

Olive harvest estimated at 91,000 tons in Sidi Bouzid

The olive harvest in Sidi Bouzid is estimated at 91,000 tons this season, i.e. 18,000 tons of olive oil.

Kikwete calls for uniform tax system in East Africa

Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete on Friday called for the harmonization of the tax regimes in the East African Community (EAC) 

ECOWAS member states to help regulate informal trade

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) will hold a workshop in Dakar, Senegal, 15-17 Nov. to develop 
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