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    Jalloul Ayed

    By Sadok Ayari | Jul 22 2011 Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on pinterest Print

     

    Mr. Jalloul Ayed, appointed finance minister in the Tunisian Interim government in 2011, was born February 6, 1951 at Khniss in the governorate of Monastir.

    Mr. Jalloul Ayed holds a BA in Economics from the Faculty of Law and Economic Sciences of Tunis (1977), and a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Maryland (1979).

    In addition to his skills and experience in international banking and finance, Mr. Jalloul Ayed is a great music lover and composer of classical music. His symphonies’ Magador “,” Hannibal Barca “and” Scent of Jasmine “were played repeatedly in Tunisia and Morocco.

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