October 19, 2000
Upsides in early Monday trading proved not sufficiently strong to heighten a mitigated sentiment as the market pulled slightly down in remaining sessions in thinner volume.
October 18, 2000
The Tunisian pseudo-democratic election represented a current trend in the Arab world, whereby political pluralism is largely declarative in nature and has minimal practical significance. In the case
Despite its dubious human rights’ record, Tunisia's appeal to international corporations appears unharmed. Last year, the volume of foreign investment in Tunisia totaled $420 million, versus $650 in 1
On October 24, 1999, over 90 percent of Tunisia’s eligible voters flocked to the polls to overwhelmingly support the state’s incumbent President, Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. Ben Ali, 62, easily won a thi
Indicators: 1998 1999 2000e GDP real growth rate (%) 5.0 6.2 5.8 Inflation (%) 3.1 2.7 3.2 Total Exports (US$bn) 5.92 5.78 6.70 Total Imports (US$bn) 8.59 8.33 9.50 Trade balance (
Les débuts haussiers, à peine ébauchés, n'ont pas suffi à restaurer la quiétude sur un marché très nerveux qui finira par fléchir sur le reste de la semaine dans de modestes montants de transactions.
IDB announced a loan of $20 million for Tunisia, taking the total IDB development loans to the north African state to 826 million dollars.
October 17, 2000
Those who wait for the Carthage Film Festival will not be disappointed with this year’s lineup.
October 16, 2000
The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) announced Monday a loan of 20 million dollars for Tunisia.
October 6, 2000
A Tunisair plane with doctors and medical aid on board landed in Baghdad on Wednesday, in the latest Arab solidarity flight against decade-old sanctions.
October 5, 2000
The market picked up from weakness early this week to stage a five-session rally after the temporary gloomy sentiment has been driven out.
September 29, 2000
Turmoil hit the Tunisian market this week pushing all indexes lower at their August's lowest levels.
September 28, 2000
Some 70 experts gathered in Tunis to discuss ways of stemming the flow of humanity from poor northern and sub-Saharan Africa nations to the wealthier
Tunisia has begun a program to sharpen the competitive edge of 760 firms to take advantage of the country's trade association with the European Union. The Tunisian government has earmarked $1.2 billio
September 27, 2000
The powerful station of El Haouaria, at Cape Bon, might be compared to a father who gives an energetic but carefully controlled push to the child sitting on a swing. It is a marvel of technology; No