According to monetary and financial data released by the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) on Friday, tourism revenues reached 1.180 billion dinars by April 20, 2023, an increase of 60.3% over the same period in 2022.
In turn, cumulative migrant remittances increased by 7.3%, from 2.093 billion dinars on April 20, 2022 to 2.339 billion dinars.
The servicing of external debt decreased by 10.8% to 2.6 billion dinars.
The BCT also reported that, as of April 28, net foreign exchange reserves decreased to 22.1 billion dinars (95 days of imports) from roughly 24.1 billion dinars (129 days of imports) on the same date in 2022.
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