The central bank mentioned fears over inflation in its press release, but opted to leave its key interest rate unchanged. It is trying to balance a growing current-account deficit as a result of high energy prices and an appreciation of the Tunisian dinar against the dollar.
However, a recovering industrial sector, whose production grew by 1.5% over the first six months of this year
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