• Tunisian Tourism: a halftone recovery

Tunisian Tourism: a halftone recovery

In the first eight months of 2017, tourism, with 4.6 million tourists, generated 1.9 million dinars, 22% more than the same period last year, according to the Ministry of Tourism.

However, taking into account the devaluation of the dinar (25%), the trend remains negative (-6%).

Caption. Activity of tourism in Tunisia increased by 22%. Photo: Tunisian Ministry of Tourism of DR.

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