March 15, 2001
Nouvelair, a charter airline servicing routes between Tunisia and Western Europe, has announced its intention to list on the Tunisian Stock Exchange some time during 2002.
March 14, 2001
The Tunisian Minister of Industry has recently stated that the country’s small and medium sized industry (SMI) controlled 86 percent of total exports in 1999. This constitutes a 10 percent rise compar
March 12, 2001
Egypt has invited Jordan to set up a four-way free trade zone that would also involve Tunisia and Morocco, Jordanian Trade and Industry Minister Wassef Azar said Sunday, March 11. "We have received a
March 11, 2001
The Tunisian News Agency reported that the African Bank for Development has extended a 40-million euro loan to the Tunisian Kuwaiti Bank for Developme
March 6, 2001
Saber El-Roubai is currently preparing his new album.
March 5, 2001
Tunisian Social Affairs minister Hedi M'henni and his Spanish counterpart, Juan Carlos Aparicio Perez, have signed a bilateral social security agreement.
March 4, 2001
Tunisia’s President Ben Ali has announced a series of measures aimed at encouraging the country’s private sector to increase its involvement in e-commerce and new information technologies.
March 1, 2001
Zikra announced that she will soon release her new album that is composed by the musician Helmi Bakr. The album contains some long songs. Zikra wishe
Two Saudi students have succeeded in rescuing a Tunisian boat crew consisting of three persons after it had been lost in the Mediterranean for 58 days
February 27, 2001
Resorts group Club Mediterranee unveiled its latest bid to revamp its range, with a holiday village in Tunisia aimed at the rave-party generation.
February 26, 2001
The Tunisian filmmaker Farid Boughedir is the first Arab director who chairs the feature films jury of the African Fespaco Festival
Tunisia and Iraq have signed a free-trade accord during a visit to Tunis by Iraqi Vice-President Taha Yassin Ramadan, Tunisian officials said on Friday.
February 21, 2001
Fourteen Tunisian companies, headed by the country’s Minister of Telecommunications, Ahmad Friaa, will participate at ARABCOM 2001.
February 20, 2001
Tunisian President Zein el-Abdine bin Ali made Monday a minor reshuffle where he appointed former tourism minister, Salaheddine Maawi, as minister of
For years Tunisia was considered a marginal oil producer, both by producers and consumers. Oil production in 1999 was a not particularly impressive 82,000 barrels per day, which was below the 1998 rat