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211. Expert says small businesses are bankable
  Thursday, September 16, 2004  by Admin
  There is abundant proof that poor people’s tiny businesses can often pay interest rates that would strangle a large business, an expert in the microfinance has observed.

An expert, Mr. Hugh Fraser, Executive Director of Ernst and Young, says also that such analysis suggests that for poor entrepreneurs, access to finance tends to be a much more important issue than the cost of that finance.
 
212. Bank Extends Its Business to Tanzania
  Wednesday, July 21, 2004  by Admin
  I&M Bank is set to expand its operations to Tanzania. The bank's spokesman, Mehboob Champi, says in a statement that the Tanzanian operation should be up by the end of the year. Over the years, the Bank has gradually established a firm financial base...

 
213. Petroleum traders warned against hiking prices
  Tuesday, July 20, 2004  by Admin
  Local traders in the petroleum sector have no right to take advantage of the fluctuating world market prices to realize maximum profit at the expense of consumers....
 
214. Tanzania Trade Policy Reviews
  Monday, July 19, 2004  by Admin
  Accelerated reforms undertaken since 1995 in Tanzania have resulted in a significantly liberalized trade regime essentially based on tariffs. A new WTO report on the trade policies of Tanzania says that Tanzania has eliminated its export restrictions and foreign exchange controls and has, overall, made a concerted effort to create an environment conducive both to domestic and foreign investment. However, the report also notes that Tanzania's severely limited export capacity has hindered any significant export-led growth....
 
215. A multidimensional strategy approach to improving small businesses' access to finance in Tanzania: Tadeo Andrew Satta. (May 2002)
  Wednesday, July 14, 2004  by Admin
  Small businesses ability to create jobs and raise income in environments where economic opportunities are otherwise scarce makes them the lifeblood of most developing countries. However, for all their importance, small businesses face a daunting obstacle whereby far too few have access to regulated banks, savings and loan associations, investment funds, and other formal financial institutions. The level of provision of financial services to the small business sector and other sectors largely depends on the state of the financial system. Existing evidence suggests that despite the financial sector in Tanzania undergoing various development phases, growing small businesses are still constrained in terms of credit accessibility. This paper proposes to policy makers and practitioners in Tanzania, a multidimensional strategy approach that aims at improving small businesses' access to finance....
 
216. CTI wants problems that make local products costly addressed
  Monday, July 12, 2004  by Admin
  The Confederation of Tanzania Industries (CTI) has lauded President Benjamin Mkapa’s ‘buy local goods’ call, but has at the same time called on the government to address problems that make local products expensive compared with imports.

 
217. NBC goes online via VISA friendly ATM network
  Monday, July 12, 2004  by Admin
 
The National Bank of Commerce (NBC) Ltd today scores a first when it unveils what is set to become the largest VISA-enabled ATM network ever in Tanzania.

Addressing the media at NBC Head Office in Dar-es-Salaam, NBC Corporate Affairs & Communications Manager, Maxwell Pirikisi, said NBC was proud to be able to offer its clients this international service through its growing association with VISA International.
 
218. Private sector urged to finance civil societies
  Monday, July 12, 2004  by Admin
  The private secter should participate in financing training of civil organizations’ officials, to enable them provide better services to the public, a Senior Consultant on the Private Sector Development Programme (PSDP), Sostenes Sambua, has suggested.
 
219. NBC goes online via VISA friendly ATM network
  Friday, July 09, 2004  by Admin
  The National Bank of Commerce (NBC) Ltd today scores a first when it unveils what is set to become the largest VISA-enabled ATM network ever in Tanzania...
 
220. Ngasongwa urges producers to go local and global
  Friday, July 09, 2004  by Admin
  The Minister of Industries and Trade, Dr.Juma Ngasongwa, has urged local firms which produce for international markets to capture local markets as well...
 
221. Women Entrepreneurs in Tanzania
  Friday, July 09, 2004  by Admin
  Despite the increased participation of women in the micro and small enterprise sector, women entrepreneurs are still found predominantly in low growth areas. This report is based on a study commissioned to the University of Dar es Salaam Entrepreneurship Centre (UDEC) by the ILO.
 
222. Private sector urged to finance civil societies
  Friday, July 09, 2004  by Admin
  The private secter should participate in financing training of civil organizations’ officials, to enable them provide better services to the public, a Senior Consultant on the Private Sector Development Programme (PSDP), Sostenes Sambua, has suggested...
 

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