21 January 2013

Tunisia: More Than 100,000 Jobs Created in 2012 - Abdelwaheb Maatar

Tunis — More than 100,000 jobs were created in 2012 and the unemployment rate will register a decline in 2013, Vocational Training and Employment Minister Abdelwaheb Maatar said during a meeting on Monday with an International Monetary Fund (IMF) delegation.

During the encounter, Mr. Maatar presented the headlines of the national employment strategy, elaborated by the Ministry in co-ordination with other structures and approved by the government on January 11, 2013.

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