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Qatar willing to provide technical and financial assistance to Tunisia »
Tunisia takes part in "Denim by Premiere Vision" show in Paris »
Energising Tunisian-German partnership in the wake of Revolution »
World Bank plan to promote eco-tourism in South Tunisia »
Finance Minister: Tunisia counts on friendly countries' support »
WB: slowdown of growth in Middle East and North Africa (+ 3.6%) »
Zoellick: 1 billion dollars for Tunisia in support for budget and investment projects »
First "employment-training" cheques handed to 7 Tunisian firms »
Tunisia-South Korean shellfish farming project »
EBRD adopts plan to expand into Middle East and North Africa »
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Economy
Qatar willing to provide technical and financial assistance to Tunisia
May 26, 2011
TUNIS (TAP)- Qatar said it is willing to support Tunisia, particularly in the area of investment by examining opportunities of co-operation, particularly in the mining, financial and technical sectors.
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Tunisia takes part in "Denim by Premiere Vision" show in Paris
May 26, 2011
TUNIS (TAP)- Tunisia took part in the 8th edition of the "Denim by Premiere Vision" show, held on May 25-26 in Paris.
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Energising Tunisian-German partnership in the wake of Revolution
May 26, 2011
TUNIS (TAP) - The Tunisian-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (AHK) announced on Tuesday, during its 32nd general assembly, adherence of 50 new enterprises, after the January 14 Revolution.
Last Updated on Thursday, May 26, 2011 15:01
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World Bank plan to promote eco-tourism in South Tunisia
May 26, 2011
KEBILI (TAP) - The judicious utilization of the sahara biological heritage and the development of customs in the southern region of Kébili to provide a new eco-tourism product in South Tunisia were the focus of the working session held on Wednesday at the premises of Kébili Governor's office with attendance of World Bank experts and tourism and environment senior executives.
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