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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,

IMF says meeting with Libyan officials ‘in sight’

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is to organise a meeting with Libyan leaders in an effort to assess funding requirements.

Tunisia: Tunisie Telecom to its shares in Mauritania’s Matel

Tunisian historical operator Tunisie Telecom has subsidiaries in Tunisia and abroad.

Algerian group Cevital to launch sugar refinery in Tunisia

Cevital group plans to invest abroad in sugar production. Its Chairman Issad Rebrab announced Saturday, Oct. 29, that he plans to

German firm breaks ground on new facility in Bahrain

The Minister of Industry and Commerce of Bahrain, Hassan Fakhro, and Bahrain Economic Development Board (EDB) Chief Executive

Angolan company to prospect for oil in Mali

The governments of Mali and Angola have signed an agreement under which Angolan company, Petro Plus, will prospect for oil in Mali
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