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46. Mada Kuhusu Utayarishaji wa Maboresho na Hatua za Baadaye
  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.
 
47. Maelezo kwa wamililki mali na wafanyabiashara wadogo wadogo na kati
  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.
 
48. World Fair Trade Day
  Monday, April 10, 2006  by Admin
  13th May 2006 is World Fair Trade Day.
 
49. Bribes, taxes and regulation: Business constraints for micro enterprises in Tanzania
  Wednesday, March 29, 2006  by Admin
  Micro and small enterprises are an important factor for economic development and industrialization in poor countries. The 2005 World Development Report suggests that creating sustainable jobs and opportunities for microentrepreneurs are the pathways out of poverty for poor people. This paper examines the main constraints on the operations of micro-enterprise in Tanzania, including property rights, access to finance, taxation, corruption, infrastructure, institutional quality, and others.
 
50. Policy Dialogue Seminar Paper on Opportunities and Challenges for Rural SMEs Development
  Wednesday, March 29, 2006  by Admin
  A multitude of problems make it difficult for SMEs to exploit potentials for further employment and wealth creation, the fundamental one being limited capacity in terms of attitude, motivation, skills and experiences. Services related to entrepreneurship development are underdeveloped with weak institutions, hardly leaving any initiatives for targeted, comprehensive and sustained support for lifting micro and small enterprises.
 
51. Wafanyabiashara 40 waukata
  Friday, March 17, 2006  by Admin
  Wafanyabiashara 40 kati ya 300 tayari wamenufaika na mpango wa kuwasaidia wajasiliamali waweze kuingia katika soko la kimataifa,ACCES ulioanza mwishoni mwa mwaka jana. Hayo yamesemwa na Mkurugenzi Mkuu wa Shirika la Kuhudumia Viwanda Vidogo Vidogo,SIDO, Make Laiser wakati akifunga mafunzo ya wajasiliamali 14.Mpango huo unatarajiwa kuwafikia karibu wanawake wajasirimali 300 katika mpango wa miaka mitano.
 
52. Lower interest on SMEs loans, banks told
  Thursday, March 16, 2006  by Admin
  The government has appealed to financial institutions and other stakeholders to forge partnership to fast track rapid growth of the Small and Medium scale Enterprises sector.
Zanzibar Deputy Minister for Information, Culture and Sports, Mahmoud Thabit Kombo, said only joint ventures by the stakeholders could compliment government efforts to realised growth in the sector.
 
53. Characteristics and Behaviour of African Factor Markets and Market Institutions- Consequence for Economic Growth
  Tuesday, February 28, 2006  by Admin
  This report provides characterisation of the structure and behaviour of African factor markets and the institutions that impact on their organizations. The paper suggests that for reform programmes to succeed, policy that enhances the efficiency and competitivenss of the African factor markets must be put in place.
 
54. SMEs told to form Association
  Wednesday, February 22, 2006  by Admin
  SMEs have been urged to form regional apex organizations that promote and safeguard their interests. This was advised by the coordinator of the Property and Business Formalization Program during a workshop in Dar es Salaam.
 
55. Better use of trade fairs sought
  Wednesday, February 22, 2006  by Admin
  The SME Competitiveness Facility (SCF) organized a training programme for SMEs to help them understand and advice on effective trade fair participation.

 
56. Better use of trade fairs sought
  Wednesday, February 22, 2006  by Admin
  The SME Competitiveness Facility (SCF) organized a training programme for SMEs to help them understand and advice on effective trade fair participation.

 
57. Lending to Private Sector Rises Sharply
  Monday, February 20, 2006  by Admin
  Lending to Private Sector Rises Sharply
Robust private-sector credit demand in Tanzania spurred a significant increase in lending to various economic activities in November last year.With deposits growing faster than credit to the private sector during the month, the share of private-sector credit to banks' deposits declined marginally, to 43 per cent from 44 per cent in October.
 
58. Enhancing the Competitiveness of SMEs in the Global Economy
  Monday, February 13, 2006  by Admin
  The Small Entrepreneur Network (SEPnet) is a network of more than 200 experts from over 70 countries specialized in SME issues. It is a known fact that SMEs in developing countries are often unable to capture new market opportunities and that networking offers a chance for individual SMEs to improve their competitive position. This Conference therefore aims at enhancing SMEs competitiveness in the global market.
 
59. SME stakeholders ask for greater government support
  Sunday, January 29, 2006  by Admin
  SME stakeholders ask for greater government support - Stakeholders engaged in Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) have called on the fourth phase Tanzania, government to empower SIDO so that it can support them in smoothly continuing with their businesses. The government should support them to assist SMEs both in rural and urban areas to contribute to economic development, generate income and at the same time assist Tanzania in its efforts to alleviate poverty.
 
60. BOT to guarantee loans to SMEs after they train
  Monday, January 23, 2006  by Admin
  The level of business conducted by Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) will increase this year in Tanzania soon after the establishment of intensive training programme and a credit scheme for them, an expert has said.

 

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