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Tunisia: Tourism receipts reach 2.8 billion dinars - African Manager (press release) (blog)
Cumulative tourism receipts reached the sum of 2.818 billion dinars on September 10, 2018, according to the daily monetary and financial indicators of the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT),. These receipts thus recorded a rise of 912 million dinars (+ 47.8 ...
Tunisia's growing trade deficit raises questions over currency devaluation - The Arab Weekly
Former Tunisian Tourism Minister Slim Tlatli, an economist, said: “They (the authorities) continue to let the dinar depreciate for the so-called goal of halting the trade deficit. We have to change the policy, which is pushing the country into a deep ...
Is Tunisia The Next Emerging Market To Implode? - Seeking Alpha
Tunisia's currency, the dinar, shed 21% of its value against the euro in 2017. When the cuts the IMF had urged took effect in January, a wave of protests shook the country, raising questions about the future of its democratic transition. A series of ...
Tunisia's 2019 debt payments to hit record of more than $3 bln - Reuters Africa
“Debt service will exceed 9 bln dinar next year compared with about 5.1 in 2016,” finance minister Ridha Chalgoum said, giving no other details. Tunisia needs about 7 billion dinars in external financing in 2019, a senior official told Reuters last week.
Nation That Sparked Arab Spring Finds Itself a Springboard for Illegal Migration - Wall Street Journal
Tunisia's currency, the dinar, shed 21% of its value against the euro in 2017. When the cuts the IMF had urged took effect in January, a wave of protests shook the country, raising questions about the future of its democratic transition. A series of ...altro »
Tunisia: Tourism receipts reach 2.3 billion dinars (BCT) - African Manager (press release) (blog)
According to the daily monetary and financial indicators of the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT), cumulative tourism receipts reached as of August 2,2018 the sum of 2,323 billion dinars recording a rise of 755 million dinars (+ 48%) compared to at the ...
Tunisia central bank maintains rate as inflationary pressures persist - african-markets.com
The Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT), which has raised its rate twice this year by a total of 175 basis points, also noted a continued widening of the trade deficit as higher energy imports outpaced the increase in tourism receipts and revenue from ...
Tunisia Fires Energy Top Officials in High-Profile Graft Scandal - Bloomberg
Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed dismissed his energy and mines minister and four other senior officials in the country's highest-profile corruption scandal since the first of the Arab Spring revolts toppled the regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali ...altro »
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 ...
Trouble waiting for tourists in different countries. Photo - www.MICEtimes.asia (press release)
Tunisian Dinar refers to the so-called “closed currency”, so trying to get him out of the country can result in trouble with the law. Some tourists still take out cash or coins as Souvenirs, mixing them in a purse with other currencies, despite the ...altro »