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Libya an Obstacle on Tunisia’s Path to Stability

In an interview, Tunisian foreign minister says Western-led action in Libya in 2011 was reckless. Tunisian Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui says his country is still feeling the effects of what he described as a reckless NATO-led campaign in neighboring Libya in 2011—a military intervention that led to the ouster of ...

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The Tunisian Startup Act – What Does It Change?

As per Global Entrepreneurship Index 2018, based upon 14 parameters, Tunisia ranks 6th in MENA region and 40th worldwide on the health of the ecosystem. It is anticipated that this ecosystem could be the next game changer for the African continent. Fellow countries that rub shoulders with Tunisia are Botswana and ...

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Expert Explains Reason Behind Decline in Number of Migrants to Europe

The number of migrants who arrived in Italy in 2018 has decreased by 75% compared to the same period last year. The country’s interior ministry has reported that the number of arrivals from Libya has dropped. Sputnik discussed the issue of illegal migrants travelling to Italy with Paolo Salom, political ...

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Security robot, work of Tunisian talents

In an interview with robotics doctor Anis Sahbani, CEO of “Enova Robotics” company and inventor of the security robot “Pearl guard”, we learned that this robot, invented in 2015, is a first in the world. This invention won in Tunisia the first prize in the national competition for inventions and ...

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Returning to Tunisia: What clients can expect

With Tunisia back on sale for the British market this spring, Riadh Saidani, a Thomas Cook rep at Les Orangers Beach hotel in Hammamet, tells Sophie Griffiths what tourists can look forward to when they visit. Riadh Saidani, a Thomas Cook rep in Hammamet, outlines what tourists can look forward to when ...

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Mehrez Boussayene (B&K associés) “Tunisia has some huge assets to attract foreign investment into the country”

Founded in 2002 , Boussayene Knani & Associés is one of the leading corporate law firms in Tunsia. With experience as former judges, corporate executives or professors, the firm’s partners have all aspects of law covered. Leaders League spoke to founding-partner Mehrez Boussayene. Leaders League: What place does arbitration have ...

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Tunisia expects chances from China to boost employment

Tunisia sees significant potential for cooperation with China to ease the alarming unemployment in the North African country, a Tunisia senior official said in a recent interview with Xinhua. Tunisia will learn from China to boost employment, especially for the young people, Faouzi Abderrahmane, the minister of Vocational Training and ...

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Tunisia will have big and profitable place in international market, it is matter of time says Marcelo Scofano

Marcelo Scofano, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Expert in Olive Oil and organiser from the Brazilian International competition was the guest of the Olive Tree Festival held in the city of Sfax (Tunisia) in its 2nd edition (January 26- 30, 2018) on the theme: “Olive tree, light and roots,” In ...

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“Dinar devaluation is slaughter for company” (Samir Majoul)

(TAP / interview by Nedra Boukesra) – The lack of administrative continuity, the mismanagement of state-owned companies, the increase of the tax burden and the informal economy are all issues that concern the new president of the Tunisian Confederation of Industry, Trade and Handicrafts (UTICA) Samir Majoul. In an interview ...

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