Tunisia should focus monetary policy on tackling inflation – IMF

Fund completes third review of extended fund facility with North African country


The International Monetary Fund recommends the Central Bank of Tunisia focus monetary policy on tackling inflation, as the country struggles with high price pressures.

Additionally, the fund stresses the importance of increasing exchange rate flexibility and strengthening international reserves.

These are the main recommendations the fund had for the Central Bank of Tunisia as the IMF finished the third review of its four-year support programme initiated with the country in May 2016. The

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