Tunisia struggling to regain stability


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".

In an interview

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