TUNISIA: news on Economy in real time
TUNISIA and Mediterranean countries: news on Economy in real time.
Tunisia: Its dependence on the world market for the supply…
In Tunisia, cereals are the main staple food. However, consumption remains one of the lowest in North Africa and the production system is still lagging behind.Friday 6 May 2022
Tunisia: The Ministry of Commerce bans the export of certain…Monday 25 April 2022
Tunisia: The World Bank lowers its growth forecasts and its…Sunday 24 April 2022
Libya asks Tunisia and Turkey for supplies of basic products following the war in Ukraine
Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, tensions related to the supply of basic products have been exacerbated in Libya. In this sense, shortages of oil and flour have been noted. This phenomenon is likely to be accentuated by the decisions of Tunisia and Egypt to stop their exports of basic products.Monday 28 March 2022
BUSINESSMED expands its strategic partnerships in sub-Saharan Africa
In 2020 and as part of a reflection on the improvement of these services to its members BUSINESSMED has rethought its offer and structured its activities around 4 areas of expertise: Business, Dialogue, Regional Integration and Policy Reforms. BUSINESSMED is planning during the year 2022 the signature of agreements and partnerships with regional organizations of Sub-Saharian Aftrica to move forward in this direction.Wednesday 23 March 2022
Tunisia: What impact does the war in Ukraine have on the Tunisian economy? What measures to take?
The war between Russia and Ukraine will have important consequences in Tunisia. The World Bank (WB) Vice President for the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region, Ferid Belhaj, believes that this crisis is expected to disrupt grain and oilseed supply chains, increase food prices , and skyrocketing the costs of domestic agricultural production.Tuesday 22 March 2022