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Libya-Tunisia trade could seek a hike to a billion dinars - The Libya Observer
The Chairman of the Libyan Commerce and Industry Chamber, Mohammed Al-Raeid, said he expects Libya-Tunisia trade to experience a hike in 2018 as measures have been taken to facilitate the joint trade between the two countries. “900 million dinars ...altro »
Belt-Tightening Demands Put Tunisia's Democracy at Risk - New York Times
The Tunisian dinar has fallen about 40 percent compared to the euro and the dollar since 2011, increasing prices for fuel and almost all consumer goods. International ratings agencies have repeatedly lowered Tunisia's creditworthiness, straining the ...altro »
VIDEO: Three things you need to know about Tunisia's municipal elections - Middle East Eye
But with the Tunisian Dinar continuing to lose its value to the dollar, will these elections help Tunisia's faltering economy and aid the country's transition towards becoming a fully fledged democracy? Here are three things you need to know about ...
Exchange Rate Of Countries That Qualified For World Cup To Russia Currency - Naija News
Korea Republic: 1 South Korean Won = 0.058 Russian Ruble. Saudi Arabia: 1 Saudi Riyal = 16.60 Russian Ruble. Tunisia: 1 Tunisian Dinar = 24.37 Russian Ruble. Morocco: 1 Moroccan Dirham = 6.54 Russian Ruble. Belgium: 1 Euro = 72.51 Russian Ruble.
Tunisian parties discuss cabinet reshuffle, exit of prime minister - Business Insider
Annual inflation hit record levels of 7.7 percent in April as the dinar tanked, making food imports more expensive. Experts from the two ruling parties -- the secular Nidaa Tounes and the moderate Islamists of Ennahda -- and labor and employers' unions ...
Tunisia: SANIMED reports net profit of 2.2 million dinars - African Manager (press release) (blog)
According to the draft resolutions to be submitted to the General Meeting for approval, the company achieved a net profit of 2.16 million dinars last year compared to 2.7 million in 2016. In addition, the company's Board of Directors the distribution ...
Why Tunis should be your next city break - Metro
Very little in Tunisia is expensive, from the food to the transport, attractions and shopping; you just need to get used to the currency. The Tunisian Dinar (TND) is the local currency, but you won't be able to buy this in the UK. You will have to wait ...
Tunisia still has much democratic progress to make despite municipal elections - The New Arab
Yet the IMF programme has impacted ordinary Tunisians harshly. As part of the deal, Tunisia's Dinar was devalued, and austerity measures were implemented. Since then, prises have risen while wages have stagnated, meaning sinking purchasing power for ...altro »
Decline of Algerian dinar adds to poverty, capital flight - Middle East Online
“Indeed, many Algerians invest heavily in activities such as restaurants, hotels, services, or property outright in some countries such as France, Spain and Tunisia,” said Algerian university economics teachers Bouteldja Abdelnacer, Benameur Abdelhak ...
This UAE-led team just won first place at the Africa Blockchain Summit Hacakthon - Startup MGZN (press release) (blog)
Three members from the ConsenSys Dublin office, Alan Jones, Miguel Rojo, Zied Brini, and one from Paris, Nicolas Maurice, received the 30,000 dinar prize from the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT), which was split in half with the other winning team from ...