Tunisia: Cumulative Tourism Revenues Down 45 Percent At End April 2021

Tunis/Tunisia — Cumulative tourism revenues have declined by 45% at end April 2021, to 564 million dinars (MD), according to the latest figures released by the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT).

Aggregate Labour income has increased by nearly 20% to 2.3 billion dinars, said the BCT.

It also reported a stability in the level of accumulated external debt services, which were kept at 3.2 billion dinars, at end April 2021, compared to the same period of the year 2020.

As for net foreign exchange reserves, they went down by 560 million dinars, to the equivalent of 21.5 billion dinars, as of June 8, 2021, against 22 billion dinars, in June 2020.

The BCT figures also pointed to a decline in the overall volume of refinancing, from 10.2 billion dinars on June 8, 2020, to 8.8 billion dinars currently.

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