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July 16, 2019

Tunisian technology consulting and engineering company Telnet Group has signed a new deal with Russian satellite firms Sputnix and GK Launch Services to launch 30 satellites by 2023 to support an IOT network.

According to the terms of the deal, Sputnix will build the satellites that will be launched on a Soyuz-2 rocket by a subsidiary of Glavkosmos.

The cost of the deal was"...

 

Firm to Leverage Opportunities in Nigeria’s Pipeline Projects
July 16, 2019

Indigenous oil and gas service firm, Global Process and Pipeline Services Limited (GPPSL), has disclosed plan to leverage opportunities in the multiple big-ticket petroleum pipeline projects Nigeria has signed up to build in the coming years.

GPPSL, which claimed to be the only Nigerian company focused solely on process and pipeline"...

 
 
ALP Seminar Series Highlights Opportunities in Fintechs
July 16, 2019

The 2019 Akindelano Legal Practitioners (ALP) Seminar has explored the benefits of digital finance to Nigeria’s economy.

Kobi Bendelak of InsurTech, highlighted the investment funds available for the development of advanced technologies in insurance industry.

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The Startup Scene Thrives in Tunisia
July 16, 2019

In 2011, against all odds, Tunisia’s revolution successfully overthrew the dictatorial regime of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and sparked the beginning of the historic Arab Spring. Now, in 2017, Tunisian resilience is once again moving the country forward. This time with their thriving startup scene.

Tunisian startups face a variety"...

 
July 16, 2019

July 16 (Renewables Now) - The government of Tunisia last week opened a call for projects under the third round of its authorisation scheme for renewables, seeking to award 70 MW of solar power capacity.

Interested parties can apply by November 26, 2019, the Ministry of Energy, Mines and Renewable Energies announced on Thursday.

The scope of the tender includes the development"...

 
 
July 16, 2019

TUNIS, July 16 (Reuters) - Tunisia’s foreign reserves have risen after it sold a 700 million euro bond last week, and are now enough to pay for 87 days of imports, official data showed on Tuesday, up from a previous level of 73 days.

Central bank figures showed that Tunisia’s foreign exchange reserves now stand at 15.596 billion dinars ($5.42 billion).

The North"...

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