Tunisian Dinar: Having slightly declined from $1 dollar per Dinar in 2015 to $0.5 in 2016, this currency is still very sought after in Africa. Much can be said about the currency’s positive performance on the international fiscal market: it is one of Africa’s most competitive, with a global economic rank of 35. Unlike other high-performing African economies that rely mostly on the upstream oil sector, Tunisia’s economy solely relies on tourism.
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Charles Ayitey April 28, 2016