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Al Baraka Tunisia Q1 income doubles

Al Baraka Bank Tunisia, a subsidiary banking unit of Al Baraka Banking Group, announced that first quarter net income jumped by 100 per cent to reach four million Tunisian dinars ($2.1 million) compared to the same period in 2014.

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Bahrain wins Arab media awards

Bahrain won four awards in the 16th edition of the Arab Festival for Radio and Television, which concluded yesterday (May 17) in Hammamet, Tunisia, in the presence of senior Arab officials and artists. The Arab States Broadcasting

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Tunisian business environment to be highlighted at forum

The new characteristics of the Tunisian business environment, measure implemented to sustain inward investment and bring together industry leaders, key decision makers, senior officials and foreign companies from emerging and developing countrie

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Gunmen attack Tunisian museum, kill 8 tourists

Gunmen opened fire on tourists getting off buses outside Tunisia's national museum on Wednesday, killing seven foreigners and a Tunisian and taking others hostage inside the building, witnesses and officials said. Security for

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Gunmen attack Tunisian museum, kill 8 tourists

Gunmen opened fire on tourists getting off buses outside Tunisia's national museum on Wednesday, killing seven foreigners and a Tunisian and taking others hostage inside the building, witnesses and officials said. Security for

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Tunisia to reopen airspace for Libyan flights to Tripoli

Tunisia will reopen part of its airspace to flights from western Libya for the first time in around six months, following the re-establishment of its consulate in Tripoli, a senior official said on Tuesday. Last year Tunisia halte

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New US university to be built at GFH development

Three leading US universities have agreed to set up a new American University at the upcoming Tunis Financial Harbour, a $3-billion mixed use project being developed by Bahrain-based Gulf Finance House (GFH) in Tunisia. The $103-m

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Tunisia success ‘hinges on foreign investment’

Four years after Tunisia sparked off the Arab spring uprisings the country is seen as a rare regional success story, but its prospects hinge on it deepening reforms and attracting foreign investment. The North African country of 1

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Essebsi sworn in as new Tunisian president

Veteran politician Beji Caid Essebsi was sworn in as Tunisian president on Wednesday, giving the country a democratically elected leader four years after an uprising ousted autocrat Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali. Essebsi, a former official in

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Abraaj Group exits Tunisian bakery business

Abraaj Group, a leading investor operating in global growth markets, said it has successfully exited its investment in Moulin d’Or, a leading producer of baked goods in Tunisia, through one of its funds. Founded in 1990 as a

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