Tourism revenues grow 7.7% by December 20 (BCT)

January 3, 2022

(TAP) - Tunisia's tourist receipts grew 7.7% to 2.1 billion dinars by December 20 compared to the same period last year, it emerges from recent monetary and financial data provided by the Central Bank of Tunisia (French: BCT).

An upward trend was also seen in cumulative labour income (+ 29.7%) which rose from 5.6 billion dinars in December 2020 to 7.3 billion dinars in December 2021.

Likewise, foreign debt servicing edged up 19.2%, exceeding 9.8 billion dinars.

BCT statistics showed foreign currency holdings rose from 23.1 billion dinars on December 30, 2020 to 23.2 billion dinars on December 30, 2021.

The overall refinancing volume remained steady at 10 billion dinars, while inter-bank transactions totalled 1.8 billion dinars, i.e. nearly up 54%, by December 31.


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