Saturday, 29 August 2015

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Fuel prices decrease: will the government put water in its oil?
Obviously, the Tunisian government shows no willingness to reflect the continuing decline in global oil prices on the local market. We even heard its Finance Minister, compelling and sententious, recently saying that "there will be no decrease in fuel prices in 2015,"

Tunisia: full text of the Tunisian-US Memorandum of Understanding. Will it put an end to the controversy?

Under constant pressure to reveal the contents of the Memorandum of Understanding signed May 20, 2015 by Tunisia and the United States which many political parties suspect to contain secret clauses, the Tunisian foreign ministry has just published on its official website, the text as it was signed by Mohsen Marzouk, Minister Adviser in Charge Political Affairs


Ghana: Ghana signs US$7bn agreement to develop gas project
Nigeria: Regulatory body approves N52 billion right issue for Nigerian bank
Congo: Italy to back Congo on infrastructure
US: IFC to invest US$30 million to support SMEs, create jobs in Guinea
Mauritius: Mauritius Telecom gets new CEO
Mauritius: Tourist arrivals surpass the million-mark in 2014

In an interview with African Manager, Belgacem Sabri, Secretary of State for Migration and Social Integration said that "the new national migration strategy, developed in light of the expectations of expatriates, aims to defend their rights while actively involving

Middle East
Global oil, gas industry may cancel $1trn projects on price slump
Saudi Arabia focused on growing $45.3bn tourism market
Private jet travel growing fastest in emerging markets
Infrastructure boom fuels Mideast power cables market
Saudi non-oil sector posts robust growth in Feb
Egypt targets FDI worth $60bn over four years
Mideast-Africa to post second-fastest IT growth
Bahrain steps up crackdown on illegal workers
‘GCC countries most stable in region’
Circle K plans 55 new Mideast outlets in 2015

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28-08-2015 | Tunisia: net decrease in bank deposits

28-08-2015 |Tunisia: 5.3% inflation for fresh and controlled products

28-08-2015 | Tunisia: 116 days of import in foreign currency, against 112 in 2014

28-08-2015 |Tunisia: Dinar depreciates 1.4% vs. dollar appreciates 4.7% vs. euro

27-08-2015 | Tunisia: 212,400 unemployed graduates in late June

27-08-2015 |Tunisia: 30 companies to take part in “Bativoire”

27-08-2015 | Tunisia: Abdellatif Hmam expects 10% increase in flow of Algerian tourists

27-08-2015 |Tunisia: Tourism revenues show a shortfall of 26% (Abdellatif Hmam)