Tuesday, 29 July 2014

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Tunisia: war against terrorism threatens freedom of expression, say human rights activists
With the remarkable rise of terrorist operations in Tunisia, Mehdi Jomaa’s government took a series of measures to eradicate terrorism. However, many politicians, journalists and human rights activists have expressed their concerns about the impact of the

Tunisia-national bond: 955 MTD collected, an amount set to double

Great good news has just been announced: 955 million dinars, or 191% of the expected amount have been raised in the context of the national bond issued by the Tunisian government since May 12. An amount that far exceeds the expectations of the Ministry of Economy


Kenya: UN General Assembly agrees landmark deal as curtain comes down on MDGs
South Africa: SA seeks to level trade relationship with Angola
Cote d'Ivoire: Govt to ratify the UN Arms Trade treaty
Mauritania: National airline gets new aircraft
Nigeria: Conglomerate records 9.75b Naira profit
Nigeria: Turkish airlines' plane damaged in fuel tanker fire

The President of the Tunisian Federation of Travel Agencies (FTAV), Mohamed Ali Toumi gave Africanmanager an interview in which he acknowledged that the first half of this year in terms of tourist arrivals was bad and so is the month of July, stressing in the same vein that nobody can claim to have

Middle East
Mena IPO proceeds jump 129% in Q2
Qatar real estate projects to hit $9bn
Growing popularity of Islamic finance underlined
Professional job opportunities rise 21pc in UAE
Mideast packaging industry to grow 5pc annually
Maserati sales soar in Mideast, Africa
GCC states 'top in food waste'
Salary tops influencing factors for selecting a job
Saudi approves $14bn education projects
Tunisia: Winstar-12bis commences drilling of Sabria Field

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27-07-2014 | Tunisia: World Bank to grant US$ 300 million to Tunisia

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24-07-2014 | Tunisia: foreign investment declines by quarter

24-07-2014 |Tunisia: SOTEMAIL’s revenues increase by 84%

22-07-2014 | Tunisia: revenues of City Cars up 52%

22-07-2014 |Tunisia: tomato crop for 2013-2014 campaign to reach 900 to 950,000 tons

21-07-2014 | Tunisia: business mission in Rimini, Italy

21-07-2014 |Tunisia: sales of Carthage Cement increase 419% compared to 2013