Comar, CEO Mustapha Azaiez, talks to African Banker about the company’s strategy in West Africa region and the success its new operation has already chalked up.
Tunisia hoping that reforms will help revive the economy.
Morocco is ramping up its economic interests south of the Sahara, prompting other North African states to consider following suit.
Tunisia is probably the only country to come out of the Arab Spring with its economy ascending.
On this day six years ago, Tunisia went from a virtual dictatorship to become perhaps Africa’s first real democracy as people seized power.
A series of photos from across Africa rounding up the news.
Tunisia’s former Finance Minister, Jaloul Ayed, asserts that it is his banking experience which allowed him to gain a clear understanding of Africa’s full potential. …
The birthplace of the Arab Spring remains locked in transition, with high unemployment and stagnant growth, writes David Meffe.The yellow taxis and pluming diesel
In just a few months, Tunisia is set to hold parliamentary elections. The move, it is assumed, will finally stir the country away from the …
As it navigates a political and economic minefield, the Tunisian government had something to shout about in November with what is widely considered in Tunisian …