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AFRICAN ECHO BUSINESS NEWS
Complied by Cass Gilroy-Business Editor

Tunisian exports rise by 13.5 percent

In a recent press release dated November 30, the Tunisian Central Bank has announced that exports has risen by 13.5%. The report writes that the rise concerns notably mechanical and electrical industries (25%), and energy (18.3%).

The report also indicates that earnings in foreign currency rose by 6.2% on November 20, totalling 2,493 million dinars. Additionally, work remittances in cash also rose by 7.3%, over the same period , to reach 1,348 million dinars.

The report concludes that in light of the overall evolutions, the Executive Board decided to maintain the same key rate of the Central Bank and to increase the bank's requirements on sight deposits, certificates of deposits and other sums to the customer with a maturity of no more than 3 months.

 

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