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  • Tourists browse in a shop selling ceramics and handicrafts in Tunis on July 1. After a disastrous year in which revolution, social upheaval and strikes scared away tourists and crippled industrial production, the economy is slowly climbing out of a deep recession that saw it shrink by 2 percent in 2011. (Associated Press)

    After Arab Spring, a recovery summer

    After a disastrous year in which revolution, social upheaval and strikes scared away tourists and crippled industrial production, Tunisia's economy is slowly climbing out of a deep recession that saw it shrink by 2 percent in 2011.

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  • Tunisia's new central bank governor, Mustapha Kamel Nabli, has denied that any gold was taken from the bank's vaults during the final days of Mr. Ben Ali's regime.

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  • "It gives a bad signal to domestic economic players as well as foreign ones, and that's not good for the recovery of the economy," warned Mr. Nabli afterward in an interview with French network France 24, saying he was dismissed for political reasons. "There is a clear will to take control of all the institutions of the state."

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