Tunisia has said it will gradually increase fuel prices from April and has vowed to review its subsidy scheme, which also covers bread, power and sugar, as part of its efforts to secure an IMF loan. High inflation has often contributed to social instability in North Africa, but in turn has rolled back austerity measures.


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