Tunisia targets 2 percent economic boost this year

The Tunisian Prime Ministry released a report in which it underlined the country is seeking an economic growth of 2 percent within this year.

The report explained Tunisia have settled  a 1.9 percent growth by the end of 2017, from 1 percent during the previous year.

The inflation rate of the country was also confirmed to have reached a worse level in February, recording 7.1 percent from January’s 6.9 percent.

The report noted that “this is mainly due to the steady pace of clothing-footwear prices and transport price, respective increasing by 6.9 percent and 9.5 percent.”


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