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July 8, 2020

(TAP) -The National Institute of Meteorology (INM), on Tuesday, announced the launch of its first free Android application, allowing to receive weather forecasts and alerts instantly.

This application, which contains various data from the website of the INM, can therefore anticipate weather hazards (storm, thunderstorm...), by issuing a notification, the Institute said at a press briefing held Tuesday in Tunis.



Videoconference on post-COVID-19 industrial strategy
July 8, 2020

TAP) - The broad lines of the government's strategy to accompany and support industrial companies to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis was the heart of a videoconference organised Tuesday by the Business France team on the theme ' industrial sector in Tunisia: strategy for economic recovery and creation of opportunities'.


COVID-19/ Tunisia's GDP likely to fall by between 3.4% and 4% en 2020 (AfDB)
July 8, 2020

(TAP) - GDP growth is likely to fall by between 5.5 and 6.1 percentage points in 2020, compared with forecasts prior to the COVID–19 crisis and would send the Tunisian economy into a deep recession, with a contraction of GDP projected between 3.4% (baseline) and 4.0% (worst case), revealed the 'African Economic Outlook 2020' supplement released by the African Development Bank (AfDB) Tuesday.

Ministry of Energy announces cut in selling prices of petroleum products
July 8, 2020

(TAP) – The Ministry of Energy, Mines and Energy Transition, on Tuesday, announced a cut in selling prices of some imported and locally refined finished petroleum products, starting midnight tonight.

This cut will involve the following products:


July 8, 2020

(TAP)– The Tunisia dinar exchange rate has improved slightly against the main foreign currencies on July 6, 2020, compared to its value on the same date last year.

According to monetary and financial indicators published Tuesday by the Central Bank of Tunisia, 1 US dollar is exchanged at 2.851 dinars, while it was worth 2.879 dinars in July 2019.

Similarly, 1 euro is currently"...

July 8, 2020

TAP) - Tunisia is currently the second most booked destination, after France and ahead of Greece, according to a press release from online travel agency Misterfly published Tuesday by L'Echo touristique.

'For a few days, Tunisia is again the first foreign destination sold at MisterFly'.

'The country therefore is again on the top step of the podium.


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