Tunisia’s government raised fuel prices by about 4 percent

By: Middle East Affairs On Saturday, Tunisia's administration raised fuel costs by around 4 percent, the fourth climb this year, with an end goal to get control over its spending deficiency and meet changes asked for by the nation's global loan specialists. The industry ministry said in a statement that the cost

Tunisia expects economic growth to accelerate to 3.5 percent next year

By: Middle East Affairs On Wednesday, a minister said that Tunisia anticipates that economic development will quicken to 3.5 percent one year from now from the 2.9 percent expected in 2018, driven by a recuperation in the tourism business and development in agricultural sector. "The administration intended to decrease the spending shortage