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Tunisia: Growth of the Tunisian economy is expected to reach 3% on average per year between 2024 and 2026
The institution underlines that Tunisia's GDP growth should be limited to 1.2% in 2023, due in particular to a persistent drought, external financing challenges and the increase in the debt of several public companies.
Libya is currently Africa's largest economy in terms of foreign exchange reserves, with an estimated global value of $88.4 billion.
Despite persistent internal tensions, Libya dominates Africa in terms of foreign exchange reserves with $88.4 billion in August 2023, thanks to its oil revenues. The former leader Muammar Kadhafi wanted to make it an instrument of African financial integration, it is not certain however that this project will be reborn one day.
Egypt: The United States, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), has launched a program to train Egyptian students in entrepreneurship
The USA and Arab organizations have undertaken a support program for SMEs. As part of its implementation in Egypt, the partners want to give graduates the entrepreneurial skills to facilitate business creation.
Iraq signs historic “oil-gas” swap deal with Iran and with China in construction
The Iraqi Prime Minister publicly announced on the evening of July 11 the conclusion of an agreement between Baghdad and Tehran to exchange gas imported from Iran for Iraqi crude oil to ensure Iranian gas deliveries to Iraq.
Turkey: President Erdogan underpins Sweden's NATO membership for his country's EU membership
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made it known that he will invite, on the sidelines of the NATO summit, his country's partners to pave the way for Ankara's accession to the European Union, so that "Türkiye paves the way for Sweden's membership in NATO.