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Turkish Airlines to launch Antalya-Algeria flights

Turkish Airlines, the national carrier, is set to launch flights between Antalya and Algeria in July, offering passengers further connectivity across its destination network. The thrice-weekly routes will be served by a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, starting on July 8. Flights will be operated only in high seasons. Trade Arabia

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Tunisia endorses UPU e-commerce project

The Universal Postal Union (UPU) and the Tunisian government have unveiled plans to establish a regional e-commerce hub for North Africa. Announcing the start of the project during a January meeting with UPU Director General Bishar A. Hussein, Tunisia’s Minister for Communications Technology and Digital Economy Mohamed Anouar Maârouf said Tunisia ...

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Rainbow Horticulture Tunisia expands

People are building in Tunisia. Since last year, Kwekerij De Wieringermeer and the Grow Group have been cultivating bell and pointed peppers together with a Tunisian partner under the name Rainbow Horticulture Tunisia. The cultivation area will double to more than five hectares. Rainbow Horticulture Tunisia has been cultivating bell ...

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Tunisia: Algeria willing to supply more LPG

Algerian Energy Minister Noureddine Boutarfa and Tunisia’s Minister of Energy, Mining and Renewable Energy, Hela Cheikhrouhou, presided over work of the Tunisian-Algerian Bilateral Commission in Algiers. The meeting focused on ways and means of strengthening bilateral energy cooperation, in particular with regard to the supply of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) ...

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Tunisia: revenues from dates export reach 207.4 MTD

The volume of dates export reached 40,619 tons from October 1, 2016 to January 30, 2017, against 31,325 tons during the same period a year earlier, announced the Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries. Exports of organic dates reached 4,374 tons until January 30, 2017, compared with 4,417 tons ...

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Tunisia’s economy remained resilient (IMF)

Growth is expected to pick up to 2.5 percent in 2017 from 1.3 percent in 2016, but significant macroeconomic challenges persist The IMF and Tunisia agree that urgent action is needed on fiscal policies and delayed reforms The team welcomes the government’s resolve to move ahead with modernizing the civil ...

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