Tunisia raises fuel prices in push to reduce deficit

In July the government raised the price of fuel from 1.65 dinars to 1.75 dinars, an increase of 6.7 percent. Praised for its democratic transition after a 2011 uprising, Tunisia has struggled to push through economic reforms agreed with international lenders to lower public spending. It has forecast that the …

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