Tunisia: tourism revenues down 64% until December 20

December 26, 2020

Tourism receipts have fallen by 64% to 1.9 billion dinars from the beginning of the year until December 20, according to financial indicators published by the Central Bank of Tunisia on Thursday.

These indicators also showed a 23% decline in the overall volume of refinancing to 8.7 billion dinars as of 23 December.

As for total interbank transactions, they went up 22% to 1.5 billion dinars, according to the BCT.

The money market rate, for its part, has decreased to 6.11%, against 7.81% in December 2019.



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