Tunisia seeks late debt payments as crisis hits economy, state budget

Tunisia has asked four countries to delay debt repayments, it said on Monday as it announced more pessimistic economic and budget forecasts for 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic. It is negotiating with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, France and Italy to push back the payments, Investment Minister Slim Azzabi told a news conference. Tunisia also hoped to arrange a new deal within four months with the International Monetary Fund....

Consumers in Northern Cape urged not to buy expired products

National Consumer Protection authorities in the Northern Cape have cautioned consumers against buying expired products. A grocery store in Kimberley was caught selling expired products to its customers. Some bear expiry dates from as far back as three years. Sauces, biscuits and canned food are some of the products in the store. A bottle of tomato sauce was packaged in 2015 and expired in 2018. The owners say...

OPINION | Emerging markets will pay the price for central bank policies in the West

Judging by the performance of emerging markets, you’d hardly know the world was suffering from a deadly pandemic – but that doesn’t tell the full story, says Mihir Sharma.Want to know more on OPINION | Emerging markets will pay the price for central bank policies in the West click here go to market news source. Market news summary from News.co.za Market News.Author:
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