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Tunisia's president says PM should quit if crisis continues - Reuters
TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisia's president called on Sunday for Prime Minister Youssef Chahed to step down or seek a confidence quote if the country's political and economic crisis continues, withdrawing his support for the premier, who has clashed with the ...
Tunisia: CELLCOM (Evertek) reports loss of 1.2 million dinars in 2017 - African Manager (press release) (blog)
Dropping activity in the mobile phone sector has impacted the results of the CELLCOM company in 2017. Indeed, the distributor of the EVERTEK brand has accused last year a net loss of 1.2 million dinars against a profit of 981 thousand dinars in 2016.
WATCH: Tunisia sees tourism take off after terror fears - Al-Arabiya
Tourism is crucial to the country's economy and the return of foreign cash comes at a vital time, as Tunisians grapple with high unemployment, inflation and the falling value of the dinar. Seeking to attract holidaymakers from further afield, Tunisia ...
Euro-Cycles: Tunisia's Biggest OEM Maker Enters into E-Bikes - Bike Europe
Together Euro-Cycles and Tunindustries employ a staff of 350. 2016 joint revenues of the two companies amounted 90 million Tunisian Dinar which is about 30.5 million euro. For now Euro-Cycles cherishes its quality products as well as its competitive ...
Chinese market to be main factor to revive Tunisian tourism - The New Times
Amouar Chetoui, deputy representative in Beijing Bureau of Tunisian National Tourism Office, expected Chinese tourists in Tunisia to reach 50,000 by the year 2020. The currency exchange between Chinese yuan and Tunisian dinar will officially be put ...
Currency values in terms of Special Drawing Rights - Business Recorder (press release)
... except for the Iranian rial and the Libyan dinar, the values of which are officially expressed directly in terms of domestic currency units per SDR. All figures are rounded to six significant digits. See Representative Exchange Rates for Selected ...
Tunisia: trade deficit with China exceeds 2.5 billion dinars - African Manager (press release) (blog)
The gap in trade between Tunisia and China reached more than 2.57 billion dinars in the first six months of the year against a deficit of 1.98 billion dinars during the same period in 2017, i.e. a 585 million dinars, which is largely due to the ...
Tunisia's president wants to decriminalise homosexuality - PinkNews
The politician said that there were two options when it came to the future of the current anti-gay law: Either the complete decriminalisation of homosexuality, or that those convicted of same-sex sexual activity should face a fine of 500 Tunisian dinar ...altro »
Tunisia: Tourist Receipts Up 46.1 Percent in First Half of Year (Prime Ministry) - AllAfrica.com
Tunis/Tunisia — Tourism receipts reached 1293 million dinars (MD) during the first half of 2018, up 46.1% compared to the same period of 2017, a first since 2014, according to data released Thursday, by the Prime Ministry. Nearly 3.23 million tourists ...altro »
Orang Miskin Jadi Santapan Lezat Ikan Paus - Republika Online
... atas memburuknya perekonomian Tunisia. Mereka telah gagal memenuhi harapan rakyat. Selama tujuh tahun tidak ada pembangunan dan investasi berarti. Nilai mata uang Tunisia, dinar, jatuh, harga melambung, dan rakyat tidak mempunyai pekerjaan.