Foreign trade at constant prices: Coverage rate down to 78.1% in October (INS)

The volume of exports was relatively stable (-0.4%) in October, while the volume of imports posted a slight increase (+1.2%), the National Institute of Statistics (INS) said Saturday. This situation led to a drop in the coverage rate by 1.2 points to 78.1% in October. According to the INS monthly note entitled: “Foreign trade at constant prices (CVS-CEC), October 2021,” […]

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Tourism: Hamammet to host 11th Selectour congress

Selectour, France’s leading network of independent travel agencies, picked Tunisia to play host to its 11th congress scheduled for December 2-5 in Hammamet, TUNISAIR announced in its quality as the official carrier for the event. “This meeting will help relaunch Tunisia as a destination for French tourists. The annual event will bring together 450 representatives of international tourism companies as […]

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“Economic reboot in North Africa should be inclusive to easily shift to green economy” (Zuzana Schwidrowski)

The post-COVID economic reboot for North African countries should be inclusive. It could thus facilitate the transition towards a green economy, considers¬† Director of the Sub-regional Office for North Africa at the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) Zuzana Schwidrowski.   In an interview with TAP, the official pointed out that post-COVID recovery requires a medium- to long-term vision and […]

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Tunisian businessmen, Polish delegation discuss prospection of African, European markets

The quest of African and European markets was at the centre of a meeting in Sfax that brought together Tunisian businessmen and a Polish delegation. Head of the Polish delegation Marcin Jablonski said stronger economic partnerships, particularly in electronic and electrical engineering industries, took centre stage. Bilateral cooperation, he said, would result in increased access to European and African markets. […]

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Agricultural products quantities in various wholesale markets went up in November

The programme of price control and fight against monopolisation has contributed to the increase in the quantities of agricultural products in the various wholesale markets, during the first half of November, against the same period of the past year, said Director of the National Observatory of Supply and Prices, Ramzi Trabelsi. During a press briefing devoted to the presentation of […]

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Prime Minister receives first report of the National Counter-Terrorism Commission

Prime Minister Najla Bouden Romdhane received Saturday, at Dar Dhiafa Palace in Carthage, Vice-President of the National Counter-Terrorism Commission Neila Fekih, who gave her the first report on the Commission’s work between 2016 and 2019. The report contains an overview of the activities of the Commission as well as the recommendations issued from the National Strategy to Combat Violent Extremism […]

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