Tunisia is struggling to get an IMF deal over the line and, unless President Saied’s government agrees in the near-future to allow the dinar to fall and to implement a large fiscal consolidation, the risk of a messy balance of payments crisis and sovereign default will continue to mount. Upcoming large sovereign Eurobond repayments in Q4 2023 and Q1 2024 are potential crunch points.
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