Tuesday, 30 September 2014

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Tunisia: hospitals gutted by strike of their staff, a daily loss of more than a billion
Health workers have been on strike since September 22. And considering the suspension of financial transactions in health institutions during this protest, Tunisian citizens are entitled to free health care until the end of the current week

Tunisia may face a liquidity crisis and a ’’credit crunch’’ in case of lifting of bank secrecy

The lifting of banking secrecy remains a matter of great controversy to the point that the meeting on Wednesday of the Compromise Commission involving the presidents of parliamentary groups in the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) was

 

Africa
Tanzania: 'Zimbabwe stuck in economic hardship, despite redoubled efforts'
Ethiopia: Shift to 'green economy' boosting economic growth in Ethiopia
Kenya: President Kenyatta negotiates direct flights to US
Malawi: Malawi nets US$360m from tobacco
Kenya: Kenya urges speedy conclusion of Euro EPA
Tanzania: Mali's economy revs up as security situation normalises

Appointed as new CEO of the company Carthage Cement for a period of three years, Brahim Sanaa had previously been CEO of "Ciments de Bizerte" company, a position he held since 2009. In an interview with Africanmanager he reviewed his new mission, the financial status of the Carthage Cemen

Middle East
Bahrain healthcare sector logs 10pc growth
Egypt must cut red tape to win investors in Suez canal
Saudi Arabia opens women-only unit in labour ministry
UAE jobs set to grow, but living cost fears persist
Dollar's rally bad news for oil, multinationals
Saudi Arabia to set up five solar energy plants
GCC infrastructure projects to hit $86bn in 2014
Dubai airport passenger traffic tops record 6.6 million in August
Qatar will not host 2022 World Cup, says Fifa official
Sudan: BADEA holds 74th Coordination Group Meeting in Khartoum


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