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Tunisia’s economic challenges: are they insurmountable?

Tunisia’s economic challenges: are they insurmountable?

The North Africa Journal – August 24, 2017: While the Tunisian government is drafting the country’s next budget, Fadhel Abdelkefi, its interim Finance Minister, who heads up the ministry of…

Industry: Despite establishment of Renault, Hyundai and Volkswagen plants in Algeria, government looking to revisit assembly sector

Industry: Despite establishment of Renault, Hyundai and Volkswagen plants in Algeria, government looking to revisit assembly sector

The North Africa Journal: August 10, 2017: The Algerian automobile market is facing a strange evolution whereby assembly appears to be expanding, while prices of new cars continue to climb.…

Morocco: King seeks to deflate criticism over the unrest in the north, blaming everyone but the monarchy

Morocco: King seeks to deflate criticism over the unrest in the north, blaming everyone but the monarchy

The North Africa Journal- August 10, 2017:  After an easing of tension at the end of July, facilitated by the withdrawal of the riot police from al-Hoceima and Imzouren and…

Algeria: Feud between Prime Minister and oligarchs exposes Algeria’s central problem: who is in charge?

Algeria: Feud between Prime Minister and oligarchs exposes Algeria’s central problem: who is in charge?

The North Africa Journal- August 10, 2017: The Algerian political system has been witnessing a new feud in the open between the new Prime Minister and the oligarchs, representing the…

Africa: Nigeria halts all oil exploration in Borno as Boko Haram kills researchers and

Africa: Nigeria halts all oil exploration in Borno as Boko Haram kills researchers and

The North Africa Journal: July 28, 2017:   The Nigerian government is cancelling all exploration activity in northeast of the country. Security information firm MEA Risk LLC reports that the…

Oil exporters facing difficult outlook, watch for rising instability

Oil exporters facing difficult outlook, watch for rising instability

The North Africa Journal- June 29, 2017 – By Arezki Daoud:  The outlook for the oil market, from the perspective of exporters looks grim. This situation will likely exacerbate the…

Mali: Fuel outage hits Bamako

Mali: Fuel outage hits Bamako

A severe fuel outage has hit Bamako in recent days, as a consequence of the strike held by the national union of motorists and truckers of Mali (Synacor) since 22…

Egypt’s tough balancing act: The contradictory task of ensuring social peace while delivering economic growth

Egypt’s tough balancing act: The contradictory task of ensuring social peace while delivering economic growth

The North Africa Journal – May 24, 2017 – Egyptian households are bracing of an extremely costly Ramadan season. Ramadan will start at the end of May, and will last…

Explosive social unrest across the Maghreb region

Explosive social unrest across the Maghreb region

The North Africa Journal – May 24, 2017 –   The Maghreb countries of North Africa are facing an unprecedented level of social and labor unrest.  The Ramadan season, slated…

Tunisia: Military called to protect industrial assets amid rising social unrest

Tunisia: Military called to protect industrial assets amid rising social unrest

The North Africa Journal | May 11, 2017: For the first time in the country’s history, the Tunisian government has asked the army to protect oil and gas sites and…

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