Tunisia

December 24, 2000

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A senior source in the Tunisian Industry Ministry, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper, recently revealed that Tunisia is planning to build a second oil refinery.

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The end of Tunisie Telecom’s monopolization of the Tunisian telecom sector drew one step closer, when Société de Banque Française et Internationale won the bid for a feasibility study into installatio

December 21, 2000

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The Tunisian government, reported <I>Al-Hayat</I> newspaper, is planning to sell an additional 20 percent of its shares in the Tunisian Airlines Corporation through the local bourse.

December 18, 2000

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A recent study has revealed that the output of the Tunisian spare car parts manufacturing sector had tripled in the past six years.

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Brovig ASA placed a major contract with Malta Drydocks for conversion of the tanker Northia into a FPSO for installation on the Isis field offshore Tunisia.

December 12, 2000

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Tunisia and Senegal have signed a cooperation convention in the field of communication, focusing on the sharing of experiences and skills in communica

December 10, 2000

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Expro International Group PLC has been awarded a series of contracts recently.

December 3, 2000

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Tunisia\'s Office National de Télédiffusion (ONT), the national broadcast organization, has awarded Alcatel a contract for the supply and the installation of a fully digital audio-visual transmission

December 2, 2000

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Four non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have linked up to defend the Tunisian League for the Defense of Human Rights (LTDH), after a court suspende

November 26, 2000

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CGG started acquiring a land seismic survey for the Tunisian company, Anadarko Tunisia Anaguid Company, in October 2000.

November 25, 2000

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A Tunisian court has sentenced 14 Islamists to prison terms of between two and 17 years for threatening state security.

November 19, 2000

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A banking consortium led by Citibank International has lent Tunisia's national electricity and gas company STEG 140 million dinars ($96 million, 113 million euros) to help boost power supplies, the ba

November 18, 2000

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A banking consortium led by Citibank International has lent Tunisia's national electricity and gas company STEG 140 million dinars (96 million dollars

November 12, 2000

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TAIR reported a loss of TND 22.4 million for the H1 results after 15 years of uninterrupted profits.

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Tunis maintained a bearish trend despite the mid-week short-lived turnaround. In late week, the SMART index failed to keep up with the 870-875 range falling in renewed wobbly sentiment to July heights