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  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1107 - 17/04/2014
BUSINESS CIRCLES
Fight for cement works in Gafsa
Previously a partner of Ali Hlioui in a project to build a cement works in Gafsa (>MC 1106), Spain’s Garca (...).   [209 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1102 - 13/03/2014
POWER BROKERS
Few to travel to the Gulf with Jomaa
Prime minister Mehdi Jomaa will be accompanied by a small but high profile group on his first trip to the (...).   [170 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1101 - 06/03/2014
DIPLOMACY
Mathias Mossberg
Mathias Mossberg, former Swedish envoy to Morocco, will lead a (...).   [68 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1096 - 30/01/2014
COMPANIES
UTICA
UTICA, the Tunisian employers associations, is preparing an economic program (...).   [80 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1091 - 19/12/2013
POWER BROKERS
Medhi Jomaa sails into budget storm
The road map for new Tunisian prime minister Mehdi Jomaa, who was named on Dec. 14, is to form a neutral government and kick-start the country’s political process. But budgetary issues may be even more urgent. His first priority on (...).   [554 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1088 - 28/11/2013
COMPANIES
Vermeg
Vermeg, a Tunisian publisher of financial software headed by Badreddine (...).   [91 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1086 - 14/11/2013
BUSINESSMEN
Slamti seals Swedish tie to North Africa
. A year after setting up the Swedish North African (...).   [73 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1075 - 29/08/2013
POWER BROKERS
Why Bouchamaoui had to desist
The president of UTICA, Wided Bouchamaoui, was forced by her peers at Tunisia’s biggest employers federation in mid-August to deny (...).   [169 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1070 - 27/06/2013
BUSINESSMEN
Bouchamaoui’s pitch for Tunis in London
The president of the employers’ federation UTICA, Wided Bouchamaoui, will (...).   [116 words]  

  MAGHREB CONFIDENTIALN°1053 - 21/02/2013
BUSINESSMEN
Lazaar pushes ahead
Operating discreetly in his home country for years, the Tunisian-Swiss (...).   [107 words]  

 
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