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March 27, 2017

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Tunisia: China Railway Group to open subsidiary
March 29, 2017

China Railway, one of the world’s largest companies operating in infrastructure construction and manufacturing of engineering equipment and components, will open an office in Tunisia.

This was announced by Zied Laâdhari, the Tunisian Minister of Trade and Industry, following a meeting with a delegation of Chinese investors,"...

Tunisia: CNAM owes 1,300 MTD to CNRPS!
March 29, 2017

The National Health Insurance Fund (CNAM) debts with the CNRPS (National Social Security and Retirement Fund) amount to 1,300 million dinars, said Hafedh Laâmouri, vice-president of the Tunisian Association of Labor Law and Professional Relations.

Speaking at a press conference on Monday, he added that 2018 should be the year"...

Tunisia Condemned Iran Regime for Its Scheme to Destabilize Bahrain
March 29, 2017

As the Bahraini authorities arrested the group planning to launch terrorist operations in the country, Tunisia strongly condemned all measures leading to destabilizing and insecurity in Bahrain.

In a statement, Tunisian Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed solidarity with Bahrain.


March 29, 2017

Auditors examined €1.3bn in financial assistance provided to Tunisia in the wake of the 2011 Arab Spring until 2015, a time in Tunisia characterised by political and economic instability, social unrest and terror attacks and an overall bumpy transition to democracy.

“Security has become an important challenge for the country,” noted Karel Pinxten, the member of the ECA responsible for the report. “Against such a background, the effective"...

March 29, 2017

Tunisian judges yesterday began a general strike against the deterioration in their working conditions answers calls from the Tunisian Judges Association.

President of the Tunisian Judges Association, Rawda Al-Qarafi, said: “We live in a strange and unprecedented situation after the government and the Ministry of Justice closed all channels of dialogue, which is a retreat from the most important constitutional gains, which is the partnership"...

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