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31. Loans - Daylight dreams for 15m SMEs operators
  Tuesday, August 29, 2006  by Admin
  Access to business loans is only a dream for over 15m small-holder business operators in Tanzania, according to former Trade and Industry Minister,Iddi Simba, as most Small and Medium Entrepreneurs (SMEs) don't have the recommended qualifications to get business loans in the banks.
 
32. Bank Sets Aside USD 5 Million to Lend to Informal Sector
  Thursday, August 24, 2006  by Admin
  Standard Chartered Bank Tanzania will set aside $5 million to assist Tanzania's small and medium firms. The chief executive told The EastAfrican that the bank's entry into the micro-lending sector signifies its confidence in the development of the sector.

 
33. SMEs urged to take part in Mozambique trade fairs
  Monday, August 21, 2006  by Admin
  Small and medium scale producers have been called upon to cultivate a culture of taking part in trade exhibitions that are staged in neighbouring countries in order to market their products. Producers and manufactures are encouraged to forge cooperation with neighbouring countries' traders in to get more information on how they could export their products instead of staying aloof where their consumer knew nothing about them.
 
34. Zanzibar moves to promote SMEs trade globally
  Thursday, July 27, 2006  by Admin
  "The Government of Zanzibar is serious about improving people’s welfare through the creation of more job opportunities", Zanzibar Ministry of Tourism industrial officer.
 
35. How to improve lending recipe for SMEs
  Tuesday, June 27, 2006  by Admin
  Some general assumptions about Tanzanias lending-borrowing relationships are absolutely misleading. Because of the unfortunate past mismanagement of state-run banks, we still find reports today referring to Tanzania as amongst places where the rate of default on loans is very high. This attitude has been swaying around for about 16 years since the country liberalized its financial sector.
 
36. SCF donates 5.7m/- for women training in trade fair participation
  Friday, June 16, 2006  by Admin
  Small and Medium Enterprises Competitiveness Facility (SCF) has donated 5.7m/-to Women Entrepreneurship Development Programme(WED)for Small and medium entrepreneurs (SMEs)to assist them on their preparations and trainings on trade fair participation both in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar.
 
37. Free Trade Future of AGOA
  Wednesday, June 07, 2006  by Admin
  Washington will host the fifth Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum, which will bring together governments and representatives of the private sector and civil society to discuss how the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) “can continue to be a vehicle to increase trade, investment and economic cooperation between the United States and sub-Saharan African eligible countries.
 
38. The role of ICT in doing business
  Wednesday, June 07, 2006  by Admin
  A vibrant private sector - where firms invest, create jobs, and improve their productivity - promotes growth and increases opportunities for poor people (World Bank 2004). A good communication and information infrastructure is an essential part of overall infrastructure; it can improve connectivity between firms, suppliers, and clients as well as provide business opportunities. This chapter from a main report presents the pattern of firm behaviour related to ICT use along with the effect of ICT use on enterprise performance based on empirical analysis.
 
39. Leasing: Making small entrepreneurs realise their dreams
  Friday, June 02, 2006  by Admin
  Leasing is not a new financial product, but there are only a handful of companies that offer the service in Tanzania. The law and regulatory framework for leasing has grown alongside the fledgling industry. As a result there are a number of grey areas, for example the law regarding defaults and tax implications. The impediments in the regulatory and tax areas are now in the process of being tackled thanks to a technical assistance project supported by Swiss Cooperation.
 
40. Determinants and Impact of ICT use for African SMEs: Implications for rural south africa
  Monday, May 29, 2006  by Admin
  This paper draws on collaborative work undertaken in East Africa by the Centre for Development Research (ZEF Bonn). In most African countries, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) account for a significant share of production and employment and therefore connected to poverty alleviation. Even though the South African economy is different to others in the continent, for the population in the rural areas SMEs are relevant for employment and as an income source.
 
41. Intervene in SMEs capacity building
  Saturday, May 06, 2006  by Admin
  The Director of Training and Extension Services, SIDO has urged the Government to intervene in building SME capacity to create wealth in order to strengthen the domestic economy.
 
42. Intervene in SMEs capacity building
  Saturday, May 06, 2006  by Admin
  The Director of Training and Extension Services, SIDO has urged the Government to intervene in building SME capacity to create wealth in order to strengthen the domestic economy.
 
43. UN-Habitat wants regional SME proposals submitted this month
  Saturday, May 06, 2006  by Admin
  The UN-Habitat which intends to promote creativity and innovativeness among SMEs projects in East Africa , is calling upon proposals outlining the project processes and resources, to be submitted by May 15th 2006.
 
44. Mada Juu ya Matokeo ya Ripoti ya Tathmini Sekta isiyo Rasmi
  Saturday, April 29, 2006  by Admin
  Property and Business Formalisation Programme (PBFP) is aimed at economically empowering the poor majority by increasing their access to property and business opportunities, towards development of a strong expanded market economy. A workshop was organized to distribute findings from the informal sector.
 
45. Mada Juu ya Matokeo ya Ripoti ya Tathmini Sekta isiyo Rasmi
  Saturday, April 29, 2006  by Admin
  Property and Business Formalisation Programme (PBFP) is aimed at economically empowering the poor majority by increasing their access to property and business opportunities, towards development of a strong expanded market economy. A workshop was organized to distribute findings from the informal sector.
 

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