October 6, 2001
Tunisian President Zein Al Abedin Bin Ali on Friday presented Egyptian director Yousef Shahin with the Tunisian National Medallion for Cultural Work.
October 3, 2001
Finland's minister for external trade Kimmo Sasi is to visit Tunis on Wednesday, October 3, at the head of a delegation of Finnish businessmen studying market potential in Tunisia. The delegation will
October 2, 2001
Finland's minister for external trade Kimmo Sasi is to visit Tunisia on Wednesday at the head of a delegation of Finnish businessmen studying market p
September 25, 2001
Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar arrived Monday, September 24, in Tunisia for a daylong working visit during which he will sign cooperation and aid agreements, officials said. Aznar was met at
Officials and businessmen from Houston, Texas, and Zarzis port on Tunisia's southeast Mediterranean coast have signed an agreement to establish sea trade links, officials said in Tunis Monday, Septemb
Following the events of September 11th, global markets teeter closer to the edge of recession. Pyramid Research asserts that although consumer demand in Africa's telecom markets will remain strong, bu
September 16, 2001
Italian President Carlo Azeglio Ciampi is to pay an official visit to Tunisia in October to boost ties and discuss immigration and economic issues, an Italian delegation visiting the country said Thur
September 13, 2001
Tunisian Foreign Minister Al Habib bin Yehya arrived Wednesday in Baghdad for talks with senior Iraqi officials on ways to enhance bilateral ties betw
September 10, 2001
The Tunisian tourism ministry reported that 2.5 million tourists visited the country during the first half of 2001, reflecting a 15.5 percent climb compared with the corresponding period last year.
September 6, 2001
In an unprecedented move, the Paris Bourse Authority has agreed to list a Tunisian firm, the Saudi-Tunisian Re-Insurance House Company, on the Paris Bourse.
August 26, 2001
A Sudanese court on Saturday sentenced a Tunisian man to 15 years in jail for running a spy network that tried to show that Sudan was in league with I
A request has been made by international monetary associations to devalue the currencies of Morocco and Tunisia.
The Tunisian Qafsa Phosphate Company’s annual report revealed that its turnover had declined by 14 percent last year. Similarly, the turnover of the Tunisian Chemical Complex fell by 17 percent.
August 23, 2001
Two “businessmen” have been arrested in Ukraine for allegedly procuring young women to work as prostitutes in Israel and Turkey.
August 13, 2001
The overall value of authorized investments in the Tunisian industrial sector grew to $681.8 million during the first half of 2001. figure reflects a 25.6 percent increase compared with the correspond