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Tunisia’s public debt reaches 69.9% of GDP, end of December 2017 (Finance Ministry)

Tunisia’s public debt reached, at the end of December 2017, 69.9% of GDP against 61.9% in 2016, according to the December 2017 Public Debt Monthly Brochure posted by the Finance Ministry on its website. In terms of value, outstanding public debt rose from 55 921.5 MD (million dinars) for the ...

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Aljanoubia TV in Washington

Tunisian Aljanoubia TV channel launched a new permanent office in Washington, in addition to the two other offices in Paris and Los Angeles. This initiative aims to cover American news and events, as a first Tunisian and Maghreb Channel to broadcast through its office from the U.S. federal capital. The ...

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New business incubator specialising in ICT opens at ISTIC Borj Cedria

A new business incubator specialising in new technologies, on Friday, opened at the Higher Institute of Information and Communication Technologies (ISTIC) of Borj Cedria, TAP reports. This incubator will provide to young higher education graduates wishing to create companies the mechanisms of support, training, coaching and assistance. At the opening ...

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Speaker of House of Representatives of Morocco stresses urgent need to lay foundations for effective cooperation in all areas

Speaker of the House of Representatives of Morocco Habib El Malki  commended the progress made by Tunisia on the path of democratic construction and enshrining freedoms, stressing the urgent need to make the best use of the opportunities for cooperation and partnership available in the two countries to lay the ...

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Tunisian University: Elections of scientific councils, UGET wins 59.7% of seats

Secretary-General of the General Students’ Union of Tunisia (UGET) Omar Kefi told akherkhabaronline on Friday, that the student organisation won 331 seats out of 556 in the elections of the scientific councils i.e. 59.7% of the seats. He added that the results revealed the victory of the General Students’ Union ...

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SONEDE sets programme for desalination plants

Tunisia’s water utility, SONEDE, has shared details of recently completed and future desalination projects, including groundwater and seawater plants. The utility is poised to open a 50,000 m3/d capacity seawater desalination plant at Djerba in 2018, at a cost of TND 180 million ($74 million). Two more seawater desalination plants, ...

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Thomas Cook expands Tunisia for summer 2019

Thomas Cook has launched more regional flights to Tunisia as part of its summer 2019 programme, launching on Thursday (March 1). Cook has announced additional regional flying for the launch of summer 2019, with new flights and holidays from Cardiff and Belfast to Tunisia and the extension of Manchester to ...

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Dimensions of the visit of Habib El-Maliki, Speaker of Moroccan House of Representatives to Tunisia

Mr. Habib El-Maliki, Speaker of the Moroccan House of Representatives, started his visit to Tunisia on Wednesday evening, accompanied by an important delegation. A source at the Moroccan embassy said that the five-day official visit comes at the invitation of Speaker of the House of People’s Representatives of Tunisia Mohamed ...

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Tunisia calls for Mediterranean label

The agriculture minister has urged French interprofessional organisation Interfel to support the development of a label for the Med region Tunisia’s Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries, Samir Taieb, has called on representatives of French trade association Interfel to work with their Tunisian counterparts to create a ‘Mediterranean label’, ...

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Outbound Chinese tourism sees record high

Outbound visits by Chinese residents hit a record high of over 130 million in 2017, up 7 percent compared to 2016, making China the world’s biggest travel guest source country, according to a report released by the China Tourism Academy and the online travel service Ctrip on Thursday. Outbound travelers ...

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