Friday, 03 July 2015

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Tunis: new list of terror targets throughout this summer revealed by ‘’The Independent’’
Tunisians, who have been trained with killers in the terrorist training camp of the Islamic State (IS) in the south of Libya, are planning more attacks, says the British newspaper Daily Mail on its Thursday July 2 issue. ...

Tunis: TD 2.33 billion worth of import taxes evaded and it's getting worse since the revolution

The World Bank (WB) released at a press conference in Tunis its report entitled "Political Connections and Tariff Evasion: evidence from Tunisia." It shows that tariff evasion has increased after the Revolution for all companies ...


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

Financial expert, Mourad El Hattab gave Africanmanager an exclusive interview in which he spoke of several issues including the macroeconomic situation and the risks facing the country. ...

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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3-07-2015 |Tunisia: worsening of energy deficit

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