Central Bank of Tunisia report explores impact of revolution


The Central Bank of Tunisia's 2011 annual report, published on August 3, relates the effects of the Arab Spring revolutions in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia on the domestic economy. The report described the social unrest as a "blow" to the stability of the business environment, investment, foreign trade, income from tourism and inflows of foreign capital.

Economic growth dropped to –1.8% compared with 3% the year before, while 107,000 jobs were lost, a trend "aggravated by the massive return of

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