Mohamed Nouri Jouini

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Mohamed Nouri Jouini is a Tunisian politician. He is the former Minister of Development and International Cooperation.[1][2][3][4]

Biography[edit]

He lived in Oregon and returned to Tunisia when former President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali came to power in 1987.[5] He sits on the board of governors of the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa.[6] Dr. Jouini received his Ph.D. in Decision Sciences from the University of Oregon and is a former director of the Sousse (Tunisia) Higher Institute of Management. He has also served on the faculty at the University of Tunis.

He was a recipient of the Tunisian National Order of Merit for Education and Sciences and is a former FREEMASON Grand Officer of both the November 7 Order and the Republic Order.

References[edit]

  1. ^ CIA World Leaders
  2. ^ Forbes
  3. ^ OECD
  4. ^ A Directory of World Leaders & Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments: 2008-2009 Edition, Arc Manor, 2008, p. 406 [1]
  5. ^ Vivienne Walt, 'Tunisia's Nervous Neighbors Watch the Jasmine Revolution', Time Magazine, Jan. 31, 2011 [2]
  6. ^ Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa board of governors