EconSource: Moroccan Exports to Increase by MAD 8.4 billion in 2015
According to officials from the global credit insurance company Euler Hermes, Moroccan exports will increase by 8.4 billion dirhams to reach 240 billion dirhams in late 2015. Overall, the Moroccan economy is expected to do well in 2015 with forecasts of a 4.2 percent growth due to  household consumption and business investment.


Tunisia’s annual inflation rate falls in October to 5.4 percent

Official data revealed that Tunisia’s annual inflation rate fell for the third consecutive month in October. Inflation dipped to 5.4 percent from previous 5.6 percent in September. The prolonged fall is attributed to a slight decline in food and drink prices. [Reuters]

Egypt’s Beltone Financial plans to raise money for growth

Regulatory approval was granted to Egypt’s Beltone Financial for a two-stage plan to raise up to 242 million Egyptian pounds to fund growth in the financial services businesses. Earlier this year, Beltone implemented a five-to-one share split in order to boost trading in its shares and widen its investor base. [Reuters]

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