Africa: Tunisia, Nigeria to Hold Business Investment Forum In Tunis

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An international business forum will be held next June 8 to 14, in Tunis. The forum aimed to bring together entrepreneurs and business men from Nigeria, Tunisia, and other West African countries. The event, a collaborative effort between the Tunisian Embassy in Abuja, CMD and Tours, and Grey and White Nigeria Limited, is on the theme: Harnessing Business and Trade […]

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Africa: Tunisia, Ghana deepen relations with Discuss on Technical Matters on Aviation

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The government of Tunisia has proposed to commence direct daily flights by Air Tunis to Accra to deepen the bilateral air service agreement signed between Tunisia and Ghana. As a first step, the Tunisia authorities had requested the Ministry of Aviation and its allied agencies to visit Tunisia and meet with Aviation officials to discuss technical issues concerning the proposal. […]

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Africa: Star Wars’ locations boost Tunisia tourism

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Reviving tourism in Tunisia Tourism in Tunisia is an industry that generates around 8 million arrivals per year, which makes the country among the ones that attract the most tourists in Africa. According to The New York Times, Tunisia is “known for its golden beaches, sunny weather and affordable luxuries.” But tourism to Tunisia dried up after the country’s revolution […]

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News: Tunisia is the first Arab Country to Criminalize Racial Discrimination

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In Tunisia, where 10-to-15 percent of the 11.5 million population unofficially identifies as Black but few are represented in politics or media, the parliament voted to criminalize racial discrimination — a vote hailed by activists as historic in the North African country. The law will make Tunisia the first Arab country, and the second in Africa after South Africa, to […]

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Africa: Finally Berbers the Original inhabitants of Tunisia showcase their culture for Tourism

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The revival of Tunisia’s traditional heritage is creating new opportunities for cultural tourism, says Isabel Putinja. I didn’t expect the sky to be white. There’s a sandstorm in the Sahara and I’m at its gateway: a windy hilltop overlooking the arid landscape of the Dahar mountain chain in South Tunisia. Gigantic letters perched on the rocky outcrop I’m standing on […]

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Africa: Tunisia to resume flights to Libya “very soon”

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Tunisia will resume flights to neighbouring Libya “very soon”, the country’s Foreign Minister Khamis Al-Jahnawi said on Monday. Jahnawi made the remarks during a meeting with Libya’s UN-backed Prime Minister Fayez Serraj in the Libyan capital Tripoli, where the two officials met. The two discussed means to facilitate bilateral trade between their countries and joint border management, according to a […]

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African Tourism: Egypt, Tunisia and Turkey suffer Tourism backlash

The world is a scary place… and many countries have become too frightening for tourists. Millions of travelers have been nixing their dreams of visiting places like the pyramids in Egypt and the Tunisian coast due to heightened terrorism concerns. Here are the countries that are among the worst hit: Egypt he prospects for Egypt’s vital tourism industry are looking […]

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US FAA seeks to blacklist Kenya list Airspace as a war zone

Kenya could be cut off from the rest of the world – and its economy devasted – if an ongoing campaign by the United States against the country’s airspace wins global aviation support. Key organs of the government concerned with air transport have for the past five months been locked in a frantic diplomatic battle to prevent Kenya’s airspace from […]

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9 most globalized countries in Africa

Morocco is the most globalized country in Africa, according to Swiss Economic Institute KOF Index of Globalization 2016. Released last Friday, the report ranked Morocco 57th out of 207 countries, followed by Mauritius 58th, South Africa 61st, Egypt 66th, Tunisia 81st, Seychelles 82nd, Namibia 98th, Senegal 99th, and Nigeria 103rd. According to the index, the Netherlands topped the list, ahead […]

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More Chinese Tourists Traveling to Africa

By Miroslav Atanasov When Chinese-looking persons enter the Nairobi City Market or Massai Market Fair in Kenya’s capital, they are often greeted with “Ni Hao” as they pass shops and stands. Some local shop-keepers have a broader Mandarin vocabulary, which helps them sell African woodcarvings, fabric, or other local souvenirs to Chinese tourists. China has recently become the largest outbound […]

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