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Tunisia: towards removal of company cars and petrol coupons
The visit paid by the Tunisian Prime Minister to the U.S. and what he had heard there seem to have finally stirred in the whole government a sense of pride that could be salutary or at least

Tunisia-Jomaa: it’s time to fix the faltering economy

Ahead of his Friday meeting with President Barack Obama, Tunisia’s interim prime minister says the government at last has a handle on extremism and the transition to democracy is back on track. Now, he says, it’s time to fix the faltering


Ethiopia: Ethiopia eyes 2,000MW to boost regional electric power trade
Cameroon: Cameroon targets 6% growth rate in 2014
Nigeria: WB approves US$250m credit for water supply in Nigeria
Congo: Brazzaville seeking F CFA 200 billion to rehabilitate 285 kms of railways
Nigeria: Control tower fire forces flight suspension to Nigerian city
Congo: China, Congo to promote cooperation in tourism

In an interview with Africanmanager, political scientist and academic expert in contemporary Islamist movements, Neji Djelloul said the Ennahdha movement is part of the Muslim

Middle East
Egypt to lift natural gas prices for homes, businesses
Kingdom Holding Q1 net profit up 15pc
Saudi targets the sun for 30pc of energy needs
Global sukuk market 'lacks integration'
Jaguar Land Rover logs 36pc growth in Mena
Saudi Arabia imports 80pc of food needs
Emiratis, Indians top real estate investments in Dubai
Qatar GDP may hit $230bn this year
Qatar cuts number of World Cup stadiums to 8
Accor, Nakheel launch ibis Styles brand in region

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23-04-2014 | Tunisia: Tunisiana increases its net profit by 51.8%

23-04-2014 |Tunisia kicks off population census

22-04-2014 | Tunisia: CDC, French ‘’Caisse des Dépôts’’ sign cooperation agreement

22-04-2014 |Tunisia - Banque de l'Habitat: Net banking income up 0.71%

22-04-2014 | Tunis: sales of Ennakl up 11 % in Q1 2014.

22-04-2014 |Tunisia: Elbene Company reports decline in sales

22-04-2014 | Tunisia: turnover of AMS posts 33% increase in Q1

21-04-2014 |Tunisia to forge national dialogue among rival groups in Libya.

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