July 19, 2000
(TUSTEX) – Indexes in bourse leapt up steadily in well spread activity over the compartments.
July 15, 2000
(TUSTEX) – The TUNINDEX beat a new record ending the week at an all-time high of 1366.39 points
July 12, 2000
Norway's Brovig Offshore ASA and Sarost, a Tunisian offshore supply company, won a contract from Coparex Netherlands B.V. to provide a FPSO for the new Isis field offshore Tunisia.
July 11, 2000
Tunisia’s high tech sector was complimented recently by Wired, the American monthly magazine on Internet matters, which in its most recent edition studied technological parks around the world.
July 9, 2000
The last week ending first half 2000 has seen the Tunis equities edging lower on awaited readjustments portfolio; Some anxiousness was perceivable on the investors’ front about next week’s shift of tw
TUNISIE LEASING, the dominant leasing Sector Company, unveiled its annual full results to be in line with market expectations and little different from preliminary.
July 1, 2000
Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and his Algerian counterpart Abdelaziz Bouteflika agreed to breathe new life into the Arab Maghreb Union (U
June 21, 2000
Tunisia has the soundest economic growth prospects of African countries surveyed by the World Economic Forum (WEF), while Zimbabwe and Kenya are the '
June 20, 2000
Both Tunisian international players Riadh Bouazizi and Khaled Badra will play the next season for two different Turkish clubs, according to AFP, quoti
June 18, 2000
A number of Tunisian immigrants in Switzerland have begun Sunday a hunger strike, reported the Swiss NZZ Online. They said the protest would last ten
June 10, 2000
A report conducted by Tunisia for the first time in cooperation with the UN development program (UNDP) said that the volume of urbanization increased
May 30, 2000
Mauritanian prime minister, Al-Afia Ould Mohamed Khouna arrived Monday in Tunisia for a two-day visit, where he held talks with Tunisian president Zei
May 29, 2000
President Zine El Abidine ben Ali's party, the Constitutional Democratic Assembly, won more than 94 percent of the seats in municipal elections Sunday
May 28, 2000
A last-minute goal took Stade Abidjan of Ivory Coast into the African Football Confederation (CAF) quarter-finals after a dramatic clash with CA Bizer
The Tunisian authorities banned Saturday the former head of Tunisian human rights association Monsef Marzouki from heading to France, reported ArabicN