The board of directors of the Central Bank of Tunisia on Thursday held a special meeting to discuss the continuing economic difficulties the country faces.
In a statement posted on the central bank's website, the directors warned that with the escalation of risks, room for manoeuvre in monetary policy had become limited. This, along with the turbulent global economic environment, was having a negative impact on the pace of production and export industries.
In an unusual move, the central bank the
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