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Ali Zouaoui

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Ali Zouaoui

Ali Zouaoui (November 10, 1925 - February 18, 1972) was a Tunisian economist and politician. He was a member of an old family which hailed from Hajeb El Ayoun, and studied law and economics in France. He served as administrator of the Central Bank of Tunisia from 1970 to 1972; in the latter year he was killed in a traffic accident. His brother-in-law was the painter Néjib Belkhodja.


  • Revue tunisienne de sciences sociales, 1967

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