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Tunisia's banking sector is one of the key reform priorities in 2015, with plans for an ambitious programme.Oxford Business Group - 03-Jul-2015
There is no question to privatise state-owned banks "Banque de l'Habitat" (BH) and "Société Tunisienne de Banque" (STB) or to layoff their employees, Spokesman for the interim Government Nidhal Ouerfelli said Friday in Kasbah.Tunis-Afrique Presse - 18-Apr-2014
Following a tumultuous year in politics and banking, Tunisia looks ahead to reformThe 27 January announcement that Tunisia's National Constituent Assembly (NCA) passed the new constitution and endorsed a caretaker government was a milestone in the country's gradual return to a stable economy. But with politics on the upswing, banking reform is the next step to Tunisia's resurgence.The remarkable cBanker Africa - 25-Feb-2014
Authorities in Tunisia are considering a USD 1.1 billion recapitalisation of state-owned banks over the next two years in an effort to help reduce risk in the country's financial sector and reassure investors.Oxford Business Group - 12-Nov-2013
Changes in the global political climate have resulted in increasing uncertainty in trading markets and economies around the world. For investors, this could be either a great time to invest in assets or a better time to protect their net worth.
The UAE is embracing technology innovation with a vengeance and has seen digital payment systems become a key area of focus.