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Tunisia, most innovative country in Africa and Arab world

Tunisia confirms and strengthens its status as the most innovative country in Africa and the Arab world. This is apparent from the Bloomberg Innovation Index released on Tuesday 23 January. According to this Index in its 6th edition, Tunisia has moved up two spots compared to the last edition and ...

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Filmmaking helps refugee girls learn English

With the guidance of a team of filmmakers, the girls come up with their own idea before jotting them down on a script and acting out the different characters.  “From filmmaking, I learned to never give up on my dreams no matter how tough the path gets.” Alaa Mustafa, 13, ...

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Tunisian classrooms to learn the Fun Academy way

Finnish company Fun Academy and Tunisia’s Ministry of Women, Family and Childhood have entered into a partnership to further the development of early-childhood education in Tunisia. The agreement seeks to enhance the capabilities of local education institutions to provide high-quality and non-discriminatory early-childhood education services. “We are so excited to ...

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Tunisia expected to be admitted as COMESA member state in April summit

Tunisia is expected to be admitted to the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) as its 20th member state in a COMESA summit to be held from April 18 to 19 in Burundi, a COMESA’s senior official said Wednesday, xinhuanet reports “The forthcoming summit is very important because Tunisia ...

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Incentive and state policy to internationalise Tunisian companies required (President of CONECT)

The Confederation of Tunisian Citizen Entrprises (CONECT) International presented its action plan for the year 2018 which focuses on two main axes, namely the development of export and investment, at its annual conference held on Wednesday in Tunis. Adnen Bouassida, Vice President of CONECT International in charge of the French-speaking Africa ...

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Foreign investments Flow up 12.8% (FIPA)

The flow of foreign investments jumped by 12.8% at the end of 2017, reaching 2244.4 million dinars (MD) shared out by means of 2128.2MD (+11.9%) in foreign direct investment (FDI) and 116.2MD (+32.3%) in portfolio, according to the foreign investment balance sheet published by the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA). ...

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Tunisia’s foreign currency reserves fall to 15-year low

A worsening trade deficit has further eroded Tunisia’s foreign currency reserves, which are now worth just 89 days of imports, the lowest level in 15 years, central bank figures showed on Wednesday. Tunisia’s trade deficit widened in December 2017 to a record $6.25 billion. The central bank said on its ...

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Siena University trains civil society in Kasserine

Tuscany region development cooperation programme in Tunisia Siena university in partnership with the Université de Sousse and the Association Tunisienne de Droit Constitutionnel has organised a training course for members of civil society in Kasserine under the title “Décentralisation et participation en Tunisie”, ANSAmed reports. The course aims to strengthen ...

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Skills to Succeed for South Tunisia’s youth

OMV has empowered hundreds of people with new skills to find a job, by implementing a long-lasting community development initiative in the region of Tataouine. Journey with us into South Tunisia and find out how the initiative has impacted the lives of the local communities. It was a time of ...

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EU removes Tunisia from tax-haven blacklist

Tunisia has been removed from the European Union’s list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions, announced the EU’s Economic and Financial Affairs Council (EcoFin) as it convened on Tuesday in Brussels. “Eight jurisdictions have been removed from the EU’s list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes, following commitments made at a high ...

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