November 2011
Africa Monitor: North Africa Monitor;Nov2011, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p4
Country Report
The article reports on the political, economic and business environment risks in 2011 in Tunisia including the government's Jasmine Economic and Social Plan presented by Finance Minister Jalloul Ayed and the plan of the country to import 200,000 tonnes of cement over September and October.


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