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Maersk Launches RoRo Container Service Between Tunisia and Italy

The Maritime Executive 21 Dec 2023
The service is positioning Cagliari as a logistics hub to efficiently serve a growing but still complex market for operational management in North Africa, says Grendi.
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North Africa Braces for a Dangerously Dry Future

Beijing News 01 Dec 2023
Tunis, Tunisia - At his farm on the outskirts of Tunis, Karim Daoud is taking steps to accommodate a climate-changed future ... At a market in Tunis, fruit seller Mongi Gaigi watches potential customers walk away after seeing the prices of his peaches.
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Chinese tourist market strategic for Tunisia: official

Xinhua 30 Nov 2023
TUNIS, Nov. 29 (Xinhua) -- The Chinese tourist market is a strategic market for Tunisia, said Tunisian Minister of Tourism Mohamed Moez Belhassine Wednesday at the closing ceremony of the African Regional Conference Tunisia 2023.
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TUNISIE TELECOM REVOLUTIONIZES ITS CHARGING SYSTEM

Malaysian National News Agency 15 Nov 2023
OTTAWA, Ontario & TUNIS, Tunisia, Nov 15 (Bernama) -- Tunisie Telecom, the market leader in information and communication ...
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The IMF and World Bank Talk “Good Governance”, but Walk with Corrupt Governments

GlobalResearch 05 Oct 2023
In social policy, Toujas-Bernate and Bhattacharya applauded the Tunis authorities for “reforms to labor market policies, the educational system, and public employment services that will serve to ...
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EU deal will only worsen racist abuse of migrants in Tunisia

The New Humanitarian 12 Sep 2023
Sadly, this is by no means novel ... The capital, Tunis, hosted a bustling slave market in the heart of the old city until Tunisia became the first Arab country to outlaw slavery in 1846 – two years before France, and 19 years before the United States ... .
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Determination, hope and longing in the Tunisians fighting for a better life

Al Jazeera 07 Sep 2023
Tunis, Tunisia – Anoir Neffati is a big man. At 39, he gets by on casual work from the local market in Mellassine, a working-class district close to the centre of Tunis ... Seven days ago, he was deported ... “It took me nine minutes to get back.” ... I asked ... .
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Bread-short Tunisia to restore flour supply to some bakeries

The Jordan Times 21 Aug 2023
TUNISTunisia will again supply flour to more than 1,000 non-subsidised bakeries in the North African country after most of them ceased operating, government and industry officials said on Sunday.
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Tunisia to restore flour supply to hundreds of bakeries

The National 21 Aug 2023
It is unable to buy enough grain on global markets, economists say. About 200 bakers in Tunis held a sit-in after the subsidy cut ... Another such protest planned for Monday in Tunis has been cancelled ...
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Tunisia restores flour supply to bakeries amid bread crisis

The New Arab 21 Aug 2023
It is unable to buy enough grain on global markets, economists say. Around 200 bakers in the capital Tunis held a sit-in after the subsidy cut, and then authorities also disrupted the supply of regular flour.
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Explainer: Why does Tunisia struggle with bread shortages?

The New Arab 21 Aug 2023
Tunis exports 95% of its needed wheat; it is then distributed to twenty mills around the country, transforming it into PS flour for bread, and PS-7 flour, used in baking ... into the market at low prices.
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Tunisia protest marks two years since president’s power grab

Arab News 26 Jul 2023
TUNIS ... On Tuesday afternoon, Saied went out to meet citizens in central Tunis, visiting a popular market in the old city as well as Bourguiba Avenue — the site of many protests against him.
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Tunisia protest marks two years since president's power grab

Urdu Point 25 Jul 2023
Tunis, (UrduPoint ... On Tuesday afternoon, Saied went out to meet citizens in central Tunis, visiting a popular market in the old city as well as Bourguiba Avenue -- the site of many protests against him.
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Tunisia: No Safe Haven for Black African Migrants, Refugees

Human Rights Watch 19 Jul 2023
(Tunis) – The Tunisian police, military, and national guard including the coast guard have committed serious abuses against Black African migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers, Human Rights Watch said today ... He described abuses by police in Tunis..
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"I see plenty of potential to start soft fruit projects, especially in East Africa"

Fresh Plaza 04 Jul 2023
The market isn't as demanding as a few weeks ago when demand was very high." ... It takes 24 hours by ferry to reach Genoa (Italy) from Tunis. I think there's much logistical potential to serve the European market from there," Lucas concludes ... Bessies. Mob.
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