The Central Bank of Tunisia's executive board said the "sharp regression" in mining and tourism meant "ongoing follow-up of the economic situation" in the country was necessary.
In a meeting last Wednesday, the board decided to leave the country's key interest rate unchanged at 4%. However, in explaining the decision, they said "trends in the national economic and financial situation" had left the "need to watch over the monetary policy impact on financing of the economy".
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