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Tunisians face rising food prices during Ramadan

By Alessandra Bajec

Tunisians have got through the Muslim month of Ramadan, struggling with a tangible rise in the prices of food products because some suppliers have exploited an opportunity for speculation.

This situation has put an additional burden on families already facing high inflation and the depreciation of the Dinar.

Alessandra Bajec has this report from Tunis.

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