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Countries wanting to tackle migration should follow Switzerland’s lead and boost local economies rather than punish individuals

Switzerland wants to give Tunisians an incentive to stay home rather than leave for Europe, but instead of building walls it’s investing in promoting tourism to the region to create jobs. The European Union desperately wants to agree on a plan to curb the influx of migrants, possibly by creating vast holding camps ...

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Tunisia to host 22nd edition of “FUTURALLIA” International Business Forum, November 14-16

Tunisia will play host for the first time to the 22nd edition of the “FUTURALLIA” International Business Forum, November 14-16. FUTURALLIA TUNISIA 2018, organised by CONECT International in partnership with the association Futurallia (Global Network of Business Partnerships), is dedicated to business leaders in search of international development and is ...

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Mauritius, Ghana and Tunisia Lead African Telecoms, Study Says

According to a recent release, BuddeComm has launched an exclusive Telecoms Maturity Index (TMI), designed to analyze the broadband, mobile and fixed Line markets of a country in addition to a range of economic parameters to rank it on a scale of 1 to 100 and compare it to its ...

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Tunisian protesters block roads on Libyan trucks en route to Ras Ajdair border

Several Tunisian protesters in Ben Guerdene blocked the main road on export trucks heading to Libya in protest of “mistreatment toward them by some Ras Jdir border crossing personnel.” The protesters, who come from Ben Guerdene which depends on trade via Ras jdir with Libya, gathered on Ras jdir main ...

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Tunisian Economy reshapes relations between Tunisia and Libya

Experts believe that the economic rapprochement between Tunisia and Libya will pave the way to set a new strategic partnership in all fields The visit of Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemais Jhinaoui to Tripoli recently, the first since 2016, drew new features in the economic relations of the two neighbours who ...

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Lending to women could drive Tunisian growth

Tunisia’s progressive women’s right laws in MENA have not translated into increased economic opportunities By ramping up their lending to female entrepreneurs, banks in Tunisia could dramatically increase their profits while also driving economic growth across the country, says a new report from IFC, a member of the World Bank ...

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Renewable energy – conference Res4Med in Tunis on June 27

‘Renewables and infrastructure for clean energy transition of Tunisia: The Italian journey on renewable energies: Excellency and Best Practices’ is the title of a conference that will take place in Tunis on June 27, organized by the Italian embassy and Res4Med&Africa. The event will focus on Italian excellence and good ...

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‘Huge boost’ for Tunisia as UK further relaxes travel restrictions

A further relaxing of UK travel restrictions to Tunisia has been hailed as “huge boost of confidence” in the north African country. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office last week announced that more areas in Tunisia are now open to British tourists. The FCO no longer advises “against all but essential ...

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Committee on Individual Freedoms and Equality considers that its report does not conflict with provisions of Islam

The members of the Committee on Individual Freedoms and Equality stressed on Wednesday that the report they submitted last June 12 to the President of the Republic on the reforms of the individual freedoms and equality does not oppose the provisions of the Islamic religion. At a press conference held ...

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Tunisia returns 70 Morocco passengers over doubts of illegal immigration

Tunisia has refused 70 Moroccan entry because it suspects they are planning to illegally immigrate to Europe, the spokesperson of the Ministry of the Interior said. “There were passengers who planned to take Tunis as a station for their illegal immigration,” Sofiene Zaag said. “They did not have luggage enough ...

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