Friday, 31 October 2014

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Tunisia: the ‘’strong message’’ of Ennahdha to its opponents!
The complete preliminary results of the parliamentary elections were announced on Thursday, October 30 by the Independent High Authority for the Elections (ISIE) after three days of counting. Fact: 85 seats for Nidaa Tounes

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


Tanzania: 'Despite slight increase in inflation, Tanzania's growth remains strong'
Nigeria: AFC secures US$100m to tackle infrastructure deficits in Africa
Tanzania: WB report says efficiency in economies facilitates growth, development
Congo: Rwanda returns to Economic Community of Central African States after 7 years
Nigeria: Nigerian bourse becomes full member of WFE
Nigeria: NIgerian economy needs US$5billion to retain current stability

In an interview with Africanmanager, Minister of Public Works, Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development Hedi Larbi assesses the work of his department while focusing on the 2015 budget that would be better than the previous ones, but this will not be enough to meet the challenges. The network ...

Middle East
UAE aims to become 'most innovative nation' in 7 years
QInvest closes $1.8bn real estate deals in 2014
Egypt signs deals with six firms to dredge new Suez Canal
Regional funding boom for plane deliveries: Boeing
Moody's changes Egypt's outlook to stable from negative
Ooredoo chief presses for Internet for all
Non-hydrocarbon sector driving Qatar growth
Renault’s sales up record 33pc in GCC
Abu Dhabi residential market posts solid Q3 growth
Future of regional retail industry in focus

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31-10-2014 | Tunisia: Medco expects increase in its profits

31-10-2014 |Tunisia: liquidity needs of banks increase according to BCT

31-10-2014 | Tunisia: foreign exchange reserves amount to 114 days of imports (BCT)

31-10-2014 |Tunisia: current account deficit widens to 7.1% of GDP (BCT

31-10-2014 | Tunisia: BCT expects 3% growth in 2015

30-10-2014 |Tunisia-Finance Act 2015: bank secrecy to be lifted in 2015

30-10-2014 | Doing Business 2015: Tunisia moves down 4 spots

30-10-2014 |Quai d'Orsay: Tunisia no longer a risky destination