Tunisia

April 9, 2001

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In an unprecedented case in the Middle East, Tunisian Minister of Vocational Training Kareem Younes has suspended a number of directors of departments

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A scientific conference held in Tunisia last week revealed the emergence of a new disease called “Mad Married Man Disease."

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Syrian President Bashar Assad embarks on a north African tour Monday that will take him to Morocco and Tunisia for talks on bilateral ties as well as

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Italy's Foreign Minister Lamberto Dini on Thursday, April 5, signed an accord granting 63 billion lire (about $30 million) to help small and medium-sized businesses in Tunisia.  The agreement was sign

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Tunisia is seeking to sign a free trade agreement with Malta to foster cooperation in the Mediterranean, Tunisia's visiting Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi said.  Ghannouchi late Thursday, April 5,

April 8, 2001

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Italy has reported offered Tunisia a credit line of 63 billion lira in an agreement signed Thursday by the Tunisian Foreign Minister Habib Ben Yahia a

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The volume of Tunisian crude oil exports in 2000 stood at 3.01 million tons worth 835 million dinars (about 695 million dollars), down from the 3.27 m

April 7, 2001

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Tunisian and Swiss airlines would by May enter a code-sharing agreement in order to promote traffic between Tunisia and Switzerland.

April 5, 2001

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US President George W. Bush made on Wednesday phone calls Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh, and Tunisia's Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, whith whom he d

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Eurogas Corporation has announced in a press release that preparations are underway for the drilling of a well on the Corporation's Bazma block in sou

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Hundreds of applications have already been received by the Tunisian Solidarity Bank—a micro-credit institution extending government-backed loans to Tunisian citizens, wishing to buy a “family computer

April 4, 2001

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Tunisia and South Africa signed a string of agreements during the third session of a bilateral commission of the two countries here, an official said Wednesday, April 4.  Of these, the most important

April 3, 2001

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The London-based human rights watchdog, Amnesty International, and a number of similar organizations have called on the EU to press Tunisia to respect

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Iraq is looking to establish a free-trade zone with Morocco similar to the ones Baghdad has set up with Egypt, Syria and Tunisia.

April 2, 2001

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Oman and Tunisia have agreed to boost their bilateral ties in all fields.