The recent IMF deals reached by governments in Egypt and Tunisia are positive developments and will help ease balance of payments strains in both countries. Egypt has already made progress with meeting the IMF’s demands and restoring macro stability, whereas we think that Tunisia will struggle to do so. The result is that Tunisia still faces the prospect of a sovereign debt restructuring in the coming years.
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