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Is Tunisia looking down the barrel of a sovereign default?

Tunisia’s government faces a large debt repayment next month and, while it should be able to make that, there is still a lot of debt coming due in the next twelve months. President Saied’s unwillingness to sign up to an IMF deal means that a sovereign default still looks more likely than not.

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