Tunisia: BNA Bank announces NBI of 900 million dinars in 2022-

January 28, 2023

The BNA Bank has announced that it will achieve a record net banking income of 907 million dinars in 2022, against 850 million dinars in 2021, up 6.8%. This is the second highest NBI...... Continue Reading >

How FG Spent $14.37bn to Service World Bank, Other Debts in 8 Years

January 16, 2023

Amid fears that debt services and payments is constituting a major threat to Nigeria’s economy, it has emerged that the federal government spent a whooping $14.37billion in eight...... Continue Reading >

Tunisia: average annual inflation should reach 11% in 2023 (El Abassi)

January 5, 2023

The Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) expects an average inflation of 11% in 2023, against 8.3% in 2022, its governor Marouane El Abassi said Wednesday. El Abassi said the pressures on...... Continue Reading >

Tunisia faces ‘complicated’ 2023 without quick IMF deal: central bank

January 5, 2023

Tunis – Tunisia faces a year of low economic growth and runaway inflation, and urgently needs a bailout deal with the International Monetary Fund, its central bank chief said...... Continue Reading >

Tunisia: BCT raises its key rate and rate of return on savings by 75 points

January 3, 2023

At its meeting held on December 30, 2022, the Executive Board of the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) reviewed the latest economic and financial developments and decided to raise the key...... Continue Reading >

BCT Executive Board decides to raise its key rate by 75 basis points to 8%

January 2, 2023

(TAP) - The Executive Board of the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) decided, at its meeting Friday, to raise its key rate by 75 basis points to 8%. The deposit and 24-hour lending facilities...... Continue Reading >

Tunisia central bank raises key rate by 75 bps to curb inflation

January 2, 2023

Tunisia’s central bank on Friday raised its key interest rate by 75 basis points to 8 percent from 7.25 percent to combat high inflation, the bank said, marking the third hike...... Continue Reading >

84% of Tunisians say climate change already affecting their everyday life (EIB Climate Survey)-

December 21, 2022

(TAP) - 84% of Tunisians say climate change is already affecting their everyday life, reads the European Investment Bank (EIB) 2022 Climate Survey published Tuesday. The survey results...... Continue Reading >

World Bank delegation makes working visit to Kef

December 20, 2022

TAP) - A delegation of the World Bank (WB) made a working visit to the governorate of Kef to learn about development in the region and consider financing of some regional development...... Continue Reading >

Three sustainable water management projects in Tunisia benefit from ''CoLab'' programme

December 16, 2022

TAP) - Three Tunisian projects have benefited from the Sustainable Water Management in Agrosystems programme 'CoLab' which was closed, Thursday, in Tunis, during a Demo Day....... Continue Reading >