image

business forward

Tunisia: Algerian loan increases forex reserves to 126 days of import - African Manager EN

News

By AfricanManager

17/12/2021

1

Algeria’s $300 million loan has helped boost Tunisia’s foreign exchange reserves by about 6 days of import to 126 days, equivalent to 21.6 billion dinars.

The financial protocol relating to the Algerian loan was ratified on December 9, 2021 between the Algerian and Tunisian governments during the visit to Tunisia of the Algerian Prime Minister, Aimene Benabderrahmane.

Previous article Tunisia: monthly trade deficit narrows to 1345.9 MD in November 2021

Next article Tunisia: STA admitted to main market of the Stock Exchange

Related Articles

News

Tunisia: STA admitted to main market of the Stock Exchange

AfricanManager - 17/12/2021

News

Tunisia: monthly trade deficit narrows to 1345.9 MD in November 2021

AfricanManager - 17/12/2021

News

Tunisia: L’EPI D’OR increases its capital by 23 million dinars

AfricanManager - 17/12/2021

News

Tunisia: WAYCON wins 1.4 million-dinar tender from Tunisian Post

AfricanManager - 17/12/2021

News

Tunisia: value of reported investments in industry down 17% at end October

AfricanManager - 17/12/2021

News

Tunisia ranks 83rd out of 154 countries in Global Knowledge Index 2021

AfricanManager - 17/12/2021

LEAVE A REPLY

Comment:

Please enter your comment!

Name:*

Please enter your name here

Email:*

You have entered an incorrect email address!

Please enter your email address here

Website:

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.