TUNIS, July 26 (Reuters) - Tunisia's government plans to sell shares this year in six companies seized from the relatives of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali after he was overthrown by a popular uprising last year, officials said on Thursday. After the uprising ousted Ben Ali and launched the Arab Spring revolts, the new Tunisian government seized various companies and properties belonging to 114 people linked to the president of 23 years. Eighteen months on, the ...
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