The US is planning to sell Tunisia a dozen advanced attack helicopters as Washington seeks to help the North African state stamp out a mounting threat from Islamist militants.
"We asked the US to give us about 12 Black Hawks,"
The Abraaj Group, a leading investor operating in global growth markets, has acquired a majority stake in Polyclinique Taoufik, a leading private hospital in Tunisia, through its funds.
Based in Tunis, Clinique
Dusit International has signed on to open a new resort, the Dusit Thani Samara Sousse, located within the historic city of Sousse, the third largest city in Tunisia.
On the east coast of the country, Sousse is one of its most popu
The Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association (Mebaa), the official representative of the business aviation industry in the Mena region, is set to host a conference in a bid to unite the region’s business aviation indust
Tunisia will raise subsidised petrol prices by 6.3 percent in the coming days and also decrease subsidies for bread, sugar and other basic materials to trim its worsening budget deficit, the government said.
Subsidies are a sensit
Al Baraka Bank Tunis, a subsidiary banking unit of Al Baraka Banking Group (ABG), said its net income for last year increased by 25 per cent to $6.5 million.
Total income stood at $30 million, increasing by 8 per cent compared wit
Tunisia is offering infrastructure and development projects worth 1.99 billion dinars ($1.26 billion) to various Arab funds during an Arab ministers' summit in Tunis on Tuesday, a government official said.
"It is a projec
Tunisia's government has cut its economic growth forecast to 2.8 percent for this year, which is in line with the IMF's forecast, Finance Minister Hakim Ben Hamouda said on Monday after meeting with a delegation from the International Mo
Bahrain and Tunisia yesterday pledged to boost economic co-operation.
This came as His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa held talks with his Tunisian counterpart Mehdi Jomaa at
Japan has agreed to lend Tunisia 750 million dinars ($480 million) to support the transition to democracy in the North African country where the Arab Spring began, the deputy foreign minister said on Tuesday.
The money, which will