Tunisia bonds fall as ‘coup’ sends shockwaves
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Tunisia bonds fall as ‘coup’ sends shockwaves


A decade after the Arab Spring erupted in Tunisia, the country has found itself once again in the throes of a political crisis, sending shockwaves through investors. The president’s abrupt seizing of executive power — which some have labelled a coup — poses yet another challenge for the country, though some said there may be buying opportunities on the horizon.

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