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Tunisia: Funds Worth 35 Billion Dinars Allocated to Road Network


The estimated funds allocated to the construction and development of roads throughout the territory have reached in the last three development plans about 35 billion dinars, Equipment, Housing and Spatial Planning Minister Mohamed Salah Arfawi. The latter pointed out in this regard, that the cost of the road network is estimated at 4.5 billion dinars by 2030 and the same ...

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Morocco: World Bank Launches U.S.$200M Program to Increase Investment Capacity in Morocco’s Casablanca


The World Bank launched on Monday a project worth 200 million U.S. dollars to improve the investment capacity of Morocco’s largest city of Casablanca. The launching ceremony of the program, known as “Casablanca Municipal Support Program,” was chaired by Marie Francoise Marie-Nelly, World Bank’s country director for the Maghreb and Malta, Middle East and North Africa. The loan will help ...

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Tunisia: Young Entrepreneurs Will Be Able to Open Foreign Currency Bank Accounts – (Minister)


The startup bill will allow young entrepreneurs to open foreign currency bank accounts in order to facilitate equipment acquisition, creation of subsidiaries abroad and access to foreign markets as well as avoid administrative procedures, Minister of Communication Technologies and Digital Economy Anouar Maarouf said on Monday. Speaking at a study day on the startups promotion bill organised by The House ...

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Tunisia: Export Revenues of Organic Dates Increase By 35.52%


Export revenues of organic dates for this season increased by 35.52%, compared with the previous season. This increase also comes from a 21.01% increase in the quantities exported, according to data from the Ministry of Agriculture, Water Resources and Fisheries. The quantities of organic dates exported, since the beginning of the season (October 10, 2017) to March 2, 2018, reached ...

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Morocco: Customs Duties On Certain Turkish Textile Products Constitute Preventive, Preferential & Temporary Measure (Official)


Secretary of State for Foreign Trade, Rkia Derham, said, Monday in Rabat, that customs duties imposed on certain textile/clothing products from Turkey constitute a preventive, preferential and temporary measure taken because of the increase in imports of these products. In her response to a question on the “protection of domestic industry” presented by the socialist group at the House of ...

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Egypt: Sisi Opens Development Projects in North Egypt, Delta


President Abdel Fattah El Sisi arrived on Monday 15/1/2018 in Sadat City, Menoufiya Governorate, to open via video conference a number of development projects in north Egypt and the Nile Delta. Greeting him upon arrival were Acting Prime Minister and Housing Minister Mostafa Madbouli, Minister of Defense and Military Production and Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian Armed Forces Sedqi Sobhi and ...

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Egypt: Dozens of Egyptian Firms to Participate in 2018 Stone Fair in China


About 28Egyptian marble companies will participate in an international stone fair scheduled to open in China in March 2018, official MENA news agency reported Thursday. “The Xiamen International Stone Fair is one of the biggest fairs for stones in the world and it displays the latest techniques in this field,” MENA quoted Walid Gamal al-Din, chairman of the Export Council ...

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Liberia: Morocco, Liberia Vow to Strengthen Bilateral Ties


Morocco and Liberia expressed on Monday their strong willingness to strengthen bilateral ties. The willingness was made during a phone call between Morocco’s king Mohammed VI and Liberia’s President-elect George Weah, according a statement from the Moroccan king’s office. On this occasion, the king reiterated his warmest congratulations to Weah following his election as Liberia’s president, the source said. During ...

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