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    Mustapha Kamel Nebli

    By Eymen Gamha | Jul 6 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

    Recently named as head of the Tunisian Central Bank, Mr.Nabli stands as one of the most respectable men in the financial field in Tunisia.

    Mr. Nabli obtained a Bachelor Degree as well as a PhD in economics from the University of California

    He also graduated from the National School of Administration (ENA). From 1975 to 1980, Mr. Nabli taught economics at the Faculty of Economic and Political Sciences of Tunis. He was assigned several missions in the University of Tunis as a researcher and lecturer between 1978 and 1986. He gave lectures in several universities in France, USA, Canada, and Belgium.

    He held key finacial positions in Tunisia such as head of the Tunis Stock Exchange, Minister of Planning and local development, and Minister of Economic Development. He was the president for the MENA region in the World Bank.

    Mr. Mostpha Kamal Nabli has published several books and articles dealing with science locally and internationally


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