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Articles from Agency Tunis Afrique Press (July 17, 2019)

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"Disagreements on lists have always accompanied election periods since 2011" (Ennahdha movement). 265
"Tunisian monetary policy begins to give fruit" Abassi. 493
AFCP retains file of restoration and preservation of El Jem archaeological site. 173
Ain Drahem: Ministry of Tourism to conduct study on creation of new tourism school. 290
Basma Maatoug (Nidaa Tounes) elected new mayor of Nabeul. 102
Chahed inaugurates new Duty Free of Malloula border crossing. 263
Higher Committee of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms calls on local authorities to treat undocumented migrants' bodies with respect. 309
HPR adopts loan agreement for modernisation of financial sector. 304
Jendouba: Studies for "Fejj El Attlel" tourist area project completed. 199
Kasserine: "Ahmini" programme launched. 175
Rene Trabelsi inaugurates "Dar el Karma" holiday farm in Tabarka. 127
Second Business Climate Barometer: 92% of surveyed SMEs discontent with new cross-cutting investment law. 384
Second Business Climate Barometer: 92% of surveyed SMEs discontent with new investment law. 382
Second Business Climate Barometer: 92% of surveyed SMEs discontent with new investment law. 382
Senior protection code to be presented to Cabinet Meeting, shortly. 304
Sudan's military council, opposition coalition sign political accord. 359
Third U.S.-Tunisia Strategic Dialogue. 392
Towards establishing strategic partnership projects between Tunisian universities and LUISS University in entrepreneurship and scientific research. 189
Tunis hosts 1st South-South consultation workshop, July 18-21. 310
Tunisia called to focus on reducing deficits and inflation while protecting disadvantaged (IMF). 412
Tunisia to present tomorrow in New York its report on the achievement of SDGs. 208
U.S. will "do what it can" to help resolve South Korea-Japan dispute, diplomat says. 143
UK's Johnson planning summer 2020 election -Times. 219
Vocational Training and Employment Ministry devotes 75 million dinars to fund further training. 231

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