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The legislation will provide grants, tax exemptions and government incentives to businesses that qualify as start-ups. The aim is to encourage young people to ... Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said the law would “anchor [Tunisia's] economy in the digital age.” While experts agreed the law was a ...
A few months into Tunisia's new financial year, austerity bites have hit hard and there is an exacerbating public dissatisfaction over falling living standards, ... It did not help when the Tunisian government announced a series of social reforms worth nearly $70 million to "help the poor and the middle class," ...

Tunis - Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed pledged to forge ahead with bold reforms despite the country's political and economic challenges. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) disbursed a $257.3 million instalment loan to Tunisia on March 23 as it endorsed Chahed's government's difficult ...
TUNIS, Tunisia — Simon Slama and his family are the only Jews left in the Tunisian city of Monastir, once home to a thriving Jewish community. ... While Nida Tounes and Ennahdha are currently in a government coalition together, they are the main rivals in the municipal vote, which will determine the ...
Business leaders from Muslim nations will gather in the Tunisian capital on Sunday to review last year's performance by the Islamic Development Bank (IDB), and discuss and approve its development agenda for the year ahead. Representatives of 57 member states, senior government officials and ...
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde is greeted by Central Bank of Tunisia Chedly Ayari at the Central Bank Tunisia September 9, 2015 in Tunis, Tunisia. IMF Staff Photo ... In January 2018, the introduction of austerity by the Tunisian government sparked widespread discontent. Already strained by the ...

... review of its Extended Fund Facility with Tunisia on March 26, granting the country access to a tranche of aid worth around $257 million. But it warned that the country's central bank will probably have to follow its recent sharp rate hike with further action to curb inflation. The country's government needs to ...
The Tunisian government has unveiled a new economic and social program, identifying a set of measures and mechanisms seen as a "roadmap" for the economy's revival until 2020. ... Tunisia's central bank expected inflation to amount to 7.2 percent this year, with the rate falling to between five and six percent in 2019.
TUNIS, Tunisia — Simon Slama and his family are the only Jews left in the Tunisian city of Monastir, once home to a thriving Jewish community. ... While Nida Tounes and Ennahdha are currently in a government coalition together, they are the main rivals in the municipal vote, which will determine the ...
Tourism revenue has resurged in recent months as Tunisia has not suffered any serious Islamist militant attack since 2015. But economic growth remains weak due to the reluctance of investors to come to a country in frequent turmoil since the 2011 uprising that toppled autocratic president Zine El Abidine ...

Follow the advice of the Tunisian security authorities and your travel company if you have one.” The UK government gave the all-clear for holiday companies to return to Tunisia in July 2017 after a two-year period of advising against all travel there, but there are still no-go areas to the south and the east of ...
The Tunisian government must end impunity for security forces accused of human rights violations, Amnesty International said today, in an open letter to the prime minister, which has been co-signed by 15 Tunisian and international human rights organizations. The letter calls on the Tunisian authorities to ...
At the same time, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Union (EU) insist the Tunisian government pull back government subsidies and increase taxes. Tunisia must balance the need to provide economic opportunity and governmental services against the demands of the IMF.
Analysts said a change in the voting law would be a first step towards revamping Tunisia's political system, which divides powers between three branches of government. A new distribution of powers could only happen through amendments to the constitution. Caid Essebsi categorically excluded any such ...
The report notes that the country's pre-revolution, highly centralised form of government had further complicated the task of building trust between the government and its citizens. Tunisian politics, in the years leading up to the revolution, had been characterised by a rigid centrist structure where decisions ...
Yet, while the Ennahda-Nidaa coalition maintains stability at the top of Tunisia's government, insiders and analysts say beneath the surface is a ... have doled out jobs as a solution to unemployment, cost the Tunisian government some $1 billion in 2015 and have accumulated losses of $2.72 billion.
During his speech on Tunisia's Independence Day March 20, Essebsi spoke at length of the government's predicament. “This is the prerogative of the parties that signed the Carthage Declaration [on July 13, 2016],” Essebsi said. This document was signed by a group of political parties in support of the ...
With a newly passed Startup Act (in Arabic)—a law which sets out government's policies for startup growth—Tunisia appears to be taking the lead in this ... Houssem Eddine Touil leads international partnerships for Tunisian Startups, an umbrella organization for startups that helped draft and vigorously ...
On the sidelines of workers' gatherings organized by the Union in the governorate of Sfax, he told Anadolu that the government will assume responsibility for the tension that will affect the social climate in case it carried on with its stubbornness. Social services in Tunisia, which are intended to provide for ...


 

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