After leaving government, Mongi Marzouk returns to Orange HQ in Paris
Remplacé début septembre par Salwa Sghaier, l'ancien ministre de l'énergie et des mines Mongi Marzouk a réintégré, à Paris, la direction d'Orange.
Stéphane Richard and Xavier Niel, the heads of the two leading French telecommunications operators, made absolutely no progress in their Tunisian affairs by attending a dinner in Kaïs Saied's honour hosted by President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysée Palace on 22 June.
President Beji Caid Essebsi’s chief-of-staff, Ridha Belhaj, is working to put a halt to legal action against businessmen from Ben Ali’s old clan in the name of national reconciliation, economic revival - and an alliance between the ruling Nidaa Tounes
Revealed by Maghreb Confidential in its last issue (MC 1106), Orange’s warning shot against its partner, Marouane Mabrouk, had the desired effect. By threatening to dissolve its subsidiary Orange Tunisie, the French telecommunications giant wormed its way back into talks