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Tunisia: General Strike

Organized by the Tunisian General Labor Union (UGTT) on  January 17th, 2019 following the failure of wage negotiations, a 24-hour strike affecting all public sectors paralyzed Tunisia. Air traffic was also disrupted. The head of government, Youssef Chahed had to address the Tunisians at 20H on the TV channel Watania...
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Senegal: Gold and oil boost exports

Exports of goods increased by 67.8 billion CFAF (about 115.260 million $) last November, an increase of 64.7 percent over the previous month, according to information provided by the directorate of forecasts and economic studies (DPEE). According to the DPEE, "this performance is mainly attributed to non-monetary gold (over $...
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France Emmanuel Macron will visit Egypt

The President of the French Republic will visit Egypt from 27th  to 29th  January 2019 where he will meet his counterpart Abdel Fattah al-Sissi. 2019 being the year of Egypt, in addition to hosting the CAN 2019, the country will take, at the end of January, the presidency of the...
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Autonomous Port of Abidjan: Traffic increase by 6%

The Autonomous Port of Abidjan (PAA) recorded a 6% increase in traffic in 2018 compared to the previous year with an overall forecast traffic at the end of 2018 of 24,155,849 tonnes. "This growth is explained by the dynamism of the national economy with a global national traffic up 13%...
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Togo: 15 million $ for a photovoltaic solar plant

The Abu Dhabi Development Fund (ADFD) and the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) have granted Togo a 15 million $ loan to finance the construction of a solar photovoltaic power plant. The project aims at providing clean and reliable energy to about 700,000 households and small businesses and reducing greenhouse...

Interview “We are the locomotive of the emergence of Senegal”

Babacar Diagne is president of the Senegal Business Council (CDES), an employer training whose mission is to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises. That is more than 90% of local businesses. Senegalese General Enterprise's CEO, Eges (civil engineering, sanitation and energy & services), delivers to ANA an analysis of the...
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