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Tunisia considering a tax on wealth in 2023, minister says
03/11/2022 20:43 - RSF
TUNIS, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Tunisia is studying a proposal to impose tax on wealth in 2023, as part of a government plan for achieving tax justice, the finance minister said on Thursday.

The proposed tax on wealth would affect real estate and capital, but would not include profits, the minister, Sihem Bougdiri, told Attessia TV.

(Reporting by Tarek Amara; Editing by Leslie Adler)
 

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UPDATE 1-Tunisia says to have priority in sourcing gas from Algeria
03/11/2022 15:56 - RSF
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TUNIS, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Tunisia will have priority in sourcing gas from neighbouring Algeria this winter, Tunisian government spokesperson Nassreddine Nsibi said on Thursday amid a reform push linked to an international bailout.

Tunisia last month signed a staff-level agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for a $1.9 billion loan that could also unlock further bilateral aid to help with a crisis in public finances that has contributed to food and fuel shortages.

To secure the IMF loan, Tunisia agreed a series of reforms aimed at putting its state finances on a more sustainable trajectory and Nsibi said it would introduce measures to help people cope with increases in the price of subsidised goods.

"Tunisia has a priority in supply from its neighbour. The issue is not related to prices and we have no problem with gas supply," Nsibi told reporters. Tunisia generates most of its electricity with gas imported from Algeria.

Tunisia has grown closer to Algeria over the past year since President Kais Saied expanded his powers and shut down parliament in 2021 in moves his foes call a coup.

He visited Algeria earlier this year for meetings with President Abdelmadjid Tebboune and also attended Tuesday's Arab summit in Algiers. The summit declaration included a section saying Arab states committed to helping each other economically.

"We will soon launch an electronic platform to register those wishing to obtain financial aid when subsidies on goods are reduced," Nsibi said, adding the platform was ready and undergoing technical tests before its launch.

He said the government would initially offer support to about four fifths of Tunisians.

Tunisia has already increased the prices of petrol, electricity and cooking gas as it tries to reduce the burden on state finances. Some food staples including bread, pasta and cooking oil are also subsidised.

(Reporting by Tarek Amara Writing by Angus McDowall Editing by Jason Neely and Mark Potter)
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Calo delle riserve ..minimo degli ultimi 3 anni
le riserve valutarie del Paese hanno registrato all'inizio di novembre circa 22,3 miliardi di dinari (equivalenti a circa 6,97 miliardi di dollari).
 

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Quando arrivano i prestiti dell' FMI e l inizio della fine. Entro un paio di anni ristrutturano
 

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Tunisia's trade deficit rises 60% to a record $6.63 bln
Oggi 12:49 - RSF
TUNIS, Nov 10 (Reuters) - Tunisia’s balance of trade deficit widened by 60% in the first 10 months of 2022 from a year earlier, to a record 21.322 billion dinars ($6.63 billion), the state Institute of Statistics (INS)said on Thursday.

The trade deficit was 13.31 billion dinars in the same period of 2021, INS figures showed.

The deficit has been one of the main problems facing Tunisia as it grapples with an economic crisis.

(Reporting by Tarek Amara Editing by Tomasz Janowski)
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Tunisia expects budget deficit to rise in 2022 to $3.04 billion
23/11/2022 18:53 - RSF
TUNIS, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Tunisia's budget deficit will expand to $3.04 billion in 2022, compared to the previously planned $2.63 billion, according to an updated budget, the official gazette said on Wednesday.

(Reporting by Tarek Amara, Editing by William Maclean)
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UPDATE 1-Tunisia hikes fuel prices in fifth rise this year
23/11/2022 23:15 - RSF
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By Tarek Amara
TUNIS, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Tunisia raised fuel prices for the fifth time this year, the energy ministry said on Wednesday as part of a plan to reduce energy subsidies, a policy change wanted by the country’s international lenders.

The new decision raises the total hike in fuel prices this year to about 20%.

The gasoline price will be raised on Tuesday to 2.525 dinars
($0.781) per litre from 2.400 dinars, the ministry said in a statement.

Tunisia expects its budget deficit will expand to $3.04 billion in 2022, up from a previously expected $2.63 billion, due to the stronger dollar and a sharp increase in grain and energy prices.

The North African country in October reached a staff-level agreement with the International Monetary Fund on a new financing program.


In return, Tunisia has pledged unpopular reforms, including cutting energy and food subsidies, restructuring bankrupt public companies and controlling the wage bill.


The energy ministry said in statement the increase aims to cover the needs of the local market on a regular basis and to avoid any disturbances in supply.


Last month, many petrol stations in the country were empty for more than a week, which caused long queues for vehicles in what critics of the government see as another sign of an unfolding crisis in public finances.

($1 = 3.2298 Tunisian dinars)
(Reporting by Tarek Amara; Editing by Chris Reese)
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Tunisia sovereign bonds rise on Fitch upgrade
01/12/2022 10:29 - RSF
LONDON, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Sovereign bonds issued by Tunisia rallied on Thursday after ratings agency Fitch upgraded the country's sovereign rating to CCC+, citing a staff level agreement for a $1.9 billion deal with the International Monetary Fund agreed mid-October.

Dollar-denominated bonds issued by the central bank gained 1.5 cents in the dollar to trade at 74.224 cents, their highest since end-February, Tradeweb data showed.

Euro-denominated issues were also up more than 1 cent and trading just below 70 cents.

Fitch said it expected the agreement with the IMF would unlock large amounts of official creditor funding and support fiscal consolidation, despite uncertainty about continued adherence to the programme.

(Reporting by Karin Strohecker, editing by Jorgelina do Rosario)
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