June 3, 2001
TUNIS, (Reuters) - Tunisian shares ended marginally higher on Wednesday, May 30, in light blue chip buying dominated by soft drinks company SFBT and bank BT, traders said. Stock market benchmark Tuni
June 2, 2001
Lebanese President Emile Lahoud will visit Morocco and Tunisia in two separate visits, aimed at boosting bilateral ties with the two Arab African coun
May 31, 2001
Pioneer Natural Resources Company "Pioneer" announced that it has entered into definitive agreements with Eurogas Corporation to explore 2.7 million a
May 30, 2001
Tunisian President Zine El Abideen bin Ali received Tuesday a message from Sultan Qaboos of Oman which dealt with the “existing cooperation between th
May 29, 2001
Egyptian artist Mohammed Munir is currently visiting Tunisia to bone up on his starring role in a documentary film about the life history of the late artist Paul Klee,
TUNIS, (Reuters) - Tunisian shares closed mixed on Monday, May 28, as a rebound by blue chips SFBT and Sotetel offset losses by drugs maker Siphat and other stocks, traders said. The Tunindex benchma
May 28, 2001
Saudi King Fahd received Sunday a message from Tunisian President Zein el Abideen Bin Ali.
May 27, 2001
The Tunisian government has excluded the Magasin Général supermarket chain from the nation's privatization program.
A new Tunisian law has established a special category of public company charged with creating or managing technological parks and accrediting private
Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov and his Tunisian counterpart, Habib Bin Yahya, met in Moscow on Saturday to discuss bilateral cooperation.
Tunisian Cinema Days began last Friday evening at Al Sham Cinema Hall in Damascus with the film Samt Al Kusur (Silences of the Palace) directed by Moufida Tlatli.
May 26, 2001
Tunisian Foreign Minister Al Habib Ben Yahya arrives Saturday in Moscow for talks on bilateral and regional issues.
May 24, 2001
Tunisia's GDP growth forecast for the year 2001 has been revised downward from 6.2 percent to 5.2 percent because of the drought afflicting the cereal
May 23, 2001
Due to deteriorating security conditions along the Ivory Coast, the African Development Bank has decided to transfer it’s headquarters from the region, reports London based <I>Al-Hayat</I>.
May 20, 2001
Official statistics show that the Tunisian Bizerte Free Trade Zone has so far attracted $45 million in investment, and is expected to lure another $18 million by the end of 2001.