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Gulf Arab states, France and international institutions stepped in with billions of dollars in aid for Tunisia

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The emir of Qatar came in person with a pledge of $1.25 billion. Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, France and other European partners promised substantial amounts, too.

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Restart exploration activities in Tunisia

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Eni has successfully resumed exploration activities onshore Tunisia in the Sahara desert, approximately 700 kilometers south of Tunis. Eni has just completed operations on the discovery well Laarich East-1, located in the MLD (Makhrouga-Laarich-Debbech) license, where Eni owns a 50% stake and the Tunisian state company ETAP the remaining 50%. Click here for more information

Parliament approves investment law

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Tunisia's Prime Minister designate Youssef Chahed speaks at the Assembly of People's Representatives in Tunis, Tunisia August 26, 2016. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

Tunisia’s parliament approved on Saturday a long delayed law to attract foreign investment, which fell sharply after the uprising in 2011, in a key reform demanded by international lenders.
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Revitalize the national economy to save Tunisia

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In addition to national security, the economy will be a top priority of the new Tunisian government of national unity headed by 40-year-old Prime Minister Youssef Chahed who took office on August 29, 2016 and belongs to the social-liberal party Nidaa Tounes. Click here for more information

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