Tunisia’s export volume in August grows 7.3% (INS)

Tunisia’s export volume in August grew 7.3% compared to July, the National Institute of Statistics (French: INS) said in its monthly newsletter published Thursday. Meanwhile, a near-stagnation in the volume of imports was reported (+ 0. 2%). This monthly increase in exported quantities helped improve the coverage rate by 5.2 percentage points to reach 79.7%. Export prices rose 1.4%, while […]

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438 job positions offered by Canadian companies in Quebec Days in Tunisia

The 3rd edition of Quebec Days in Tunisia started on September 20 and are due to last till October 6, with the participation of 44 companies. Organised by by the Tunisian Agency of Technical Cooperation (ATCT) in collaboration with the Office of Immigration in Morocco and the Ministry of Immigration, Francisation and Integration of Quebec, this edition will involve VTC interviews with Canadian employers at the […]

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EU, Morocco Set to Modernize Framework for Trade and Investment Relations

The document calls for a long-overdue modernization of the framework for EU-Morocco trade and investment relations, capable of unlocking the untapped economic potential of this partnership to support an effective and sustainable post-pandemic economic recovery. On this occasion, Pierre Gattaz, president of Business Europe, stressed that “the EU-Morocco Association Agreement was signed in 2000: since then the world has changed […]

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Tunisian-Libyan Economic Cooperation Council calls on Tunisian companies to participate in Benghazi International Fair

The Tunisian-Libyan Economic Cooperation Council called on Tunisian companies operating in various fields, Tunisian businessmen and businesswomen to participate in the international fair of Benghazi (Libya) to be held from October 17 to 21, 2021. Held at the initiative of the Eastern Regional Branch of the Libyan Business Council, under the auspices of the Libyan Center for Export Development, the […]

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Electrical and electronic equipment manufacturing accounts for lion’s share of private job creation between 2009 and 2019

The electrical and electronic equipment manufacturing accounted for the lion’s share of job creation in the private sector between 2009 and 2019, according to a note recently published by the Tunisian Observatory of the Economy. The same source points out that the traditional employment sectors in Tunisia are not only struggling to create more jobs, but are also the most […]

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Potential of Southern Provinces Allows for Open Investments in Entire African Market (Polish Mission)

In a statement to the press after a meeting Friday in Rabat, between members of the Polish mission with Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans abroad, Jędrzejczyk said that their visit to the southern provinces “confirms the strategy of motivation by Morocco of the development of these regions” and crowns “several months of cooperation with the […]

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