TUNISIE
29/04/2016 13h:10 CET | Actualisé 30/04/2016 17h:34 CET

La dette tunisienne en 7 chiffres-clés

Tunisia's Finance Minister Slim Chaker gestures as he speaks with Reuters journalists in Tunis, Tunisia, October 26, 2015. Tunisia, frustrated by the international community's failure to deliver on pledges of economic support, is asking the Group of Eight major nations for a five-year rescue programme worth $25 billion. Chaker told a Reuters the billions of dollars of aid were needed to ensure Tunisia's political progress was not reversed. Picture taken October 26, 2015. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi
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Tunisia's Finance Minister Slim Chaker gestures as he speaks with Reuters journalists in Tunis, Tunisia, October 26, 2015. Tunisia, frustrated by the international community's failure to deliver on pledges of economic support, is asking the Group of Eight major nations for a five-year rescue programme worth $25 billion. Chaker told a Reuters the billions of dollars of aid were needed to ensure Tunisia's political progress was not reversed. Picture taken October 26, 2015. REUTERS/Zoubeir Souissi

DETTE - Le ministre des Finances Slim Chaker a donné un entretien au magazine L'économiste maghrébin sur la question de la dette, alors que la Tunisie est en passe de se faire financer par un prêt du FMI de 2,8 milliards de dollars et un emprunt sur les marchés financiers européens d'une valeur maximale d'un milliard d'euros.

Le HuffPost Tunisie sélectionne les grands chiffres de la dette retenus par Slim Chaker.



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