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 Tataouine: 70 MTD for infrastructure  12/05/2011  The budget allocated to infrastructure in the Tataouine governorate went up, this year, from 2.5 million dinars (MTD) to 70 MTD, said on Thursday Transport and Equipment Minister Yassine Ibrahim, during a visit in the region.   Read the remainder 
 Define co-operation broad outlines between Tunisia and AFESD  09/05/2011  Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD) Director-General and Board Chairman Abdellatif Youssef el-Hamad expressed his institution's will to contribute to achieve development projects in Tunisian interior regions, to guarantee a fair development.   Read the remainder 
 Seminar on business opportunities in Africa  07/05/2011  The Tunis Junior Chamber International organised, on Saturday, a seminar on -Business Opportunities in African Countries: Realities and Challenges.-   Read the remainder 
 AUPP to air four programmes on Tunisian tourism  22/04/2011  Four TV programmes on Tunisian tourism will be broadcast on the network of the Arab Union of TV Program Producers (AUPP), which gathers over 70 Arab satellite channels, 15 international channels and 2,500 websites.   Read the remainder 
 Chinese loan to finance investment projects in Tunisia  21/04/2011  A Chinese official expressed his country's readiness to finance projects in Tunisia in return for Tunisia's offering greater facilities to Chinese investors.   Read the remainder 
 Tunisia expects five percent growth of farming sector.  18/04/2011  Tunisia is expecting a 5% growth in agricultural sector this year, if good weather conditions continue, said Agriculture and Environment Minister Mokhtar Jellali. This result will generate new job and exports opportunities, on the one hand, and reduce imports, on the other.   Read the remainder 
 Growth is dependent on exports and tourism development  13/04/2011  Trade and Tourism Minister Mehdi Houas pointed out that promotion of exports, development of handicrafts and focus on home and Algerian tourism are factors that would help return to normal of the national economy's growth pace.   Read the remainder 
 Forum of Tunisia on Investment next June 17  13/04/2011  The -Forum of Tunisia on Investment- is the new theme of the regular international economic meeting to be held next June 17 in Tunis by the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA).   Read the remainder 
 Various US circles take interest in Tunisia  17/03/2011  Chief Executive Officer of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) Elizabeth Littelfield voiced admiration for the democratic transition Tunisia is living through, after the January 14 Revolution, and expressed the great interest that various American circles are taking in the country.   Read the remainder 
 S&P lowers Tunisia's long-term sovereign credit rating to BBB-, but outlook stable  17/03/2011  Standard and Poor's (S&P) Ratings Services, on Wednesday, lowered Tunisia's long-term foreign currency credit rating to BBB-, and assigned a stable outlook, in view of the country's economic and political uncertainty.   Read the remainder 
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