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Tunisia's 2022 budget deficit forecast at 9.7% of GDP vs. 6.7% expected €

Written by Frédéric Dubessy on Wednesday, May 25th 2022 à 11:15 | Read 186 times

The Central Bank of Tunisia is trying to curb both inflation and its budget deficit, as purchasing power continues to decline in the country due to the permanent increase in prices. The Tunisian government is counting on a loan from the International Monetary Fund conditional on unpopular reforms, especially since the President of the Republic has been in power for almost a year.

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Tunisia's 2022 budget deficit forecast at 9.7% of GDP vs. 6.7% expected
Written on the Wednesday, May 25th 2022


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