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91. Placer Dome trains women entrepreneurs
  Tuesday, August 30, 2005  by Admin
  A Canadian mining company operating in Tanzania, Placer DOme, has embarked on a programme to help women acquire entrepreneurial skills in five wards in the Tarime district.
 
92. Placer Dome trains women entrepreneurs
  Tuesday, August 30, 2005  by Admin
  A Canadian mining company operating in Tanzania, Placer DOme, has embarked on a programme to help women acquire entrepreneurial skills in five wards in the Tarime district.
 
93. CROMABU - enhancing market opportunitites for small farmers in Mwanza
  Monday, August 29, 2005  by Admin
  Crop Marketing Bureau (CROMABU) was designed to gather and disseminate relevant information regarding crop prices in local and international markets and it does so through use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) to empower farmers. The youth, ex-students from primary and secondary schools as key channels of communications between CROMABU and the targeted farmers.
 
94. A Market-Oriented Strategy For Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises
  Thursday, August 25, 2005  by Admin
  A Market-Oriented Strategy For Small and Medium-Scale Enterprises:This paper investigates the economic rationale for intervention in support of
small- and medium-scale enterprises, on both theoretical and empirical grounds. It argues
that the justification for SME interventions lies in market and institutional failures that
bias the size distribution of firms, rather than on any inherent economic benefits provided
by small firms.
 
95. 1,200 get life skills training
  Tuesday, August 23, 2005  by Admin
  Women entrepreneurs from Ilala and Temeke Districts have received life skills training on how to run small businesses aimed at poverty reduction from the International Labour Organization (ILO).
 
96. Japan to help private sector in Africa
  Tuesday, August 23, 2005  by Admin
  Japan will increase its Official Development Assistance (ODA) to Africa in the next five years. It is planning to establish assistance initiative for Africa to promote small and medium scale enterprises. It will also cancel debt of Heaviiy Indebted Poor Countries, including Tanzania.
 
97. Individual perception of business contexts: The case of small-scale entrepreneurs in Tanzania
  Thursday, August 18, 2005  by Admin
  The African business environment is changing dramatically as a consequence of liberalization policies and exposure to free international flows of capital, services and commodities. Tanzania is a representative case of a country where such changes have opened a new world of business opportunities over the last ten years.
 
98. Extension services to small-scale industries: the Tanzania experience
  Wednesday, August 17, 2005  by Admin
  A common system for providing a wide range of assistance to small-scale enterprises is through extension services. These help entrepreneurs in identifying opportunities, diagnosing problems,
assessing their own capabilities and weaknesses, and providing timely advice in all matters. The emphasis of extension services, their organisation, and degree to which they are associated with followup technical or financial assistance vary widely.
 
99. Extension services to small-scale industries: the Tanzania experience
  Wednesday, August 17, 2005  by Admin
  A common system for providing a wide range of assistance to small-scale enterprises is through
extension services. These help entrepreneurs in identifying opportunities, diagnosing problems,
assessing their own capabilities and weaknesses, and providing timely advice in all matters. The
emphasis of extension services, their organisation, and degree to which they are associated with followup technical or financial assistance vary widely. This paper outlines the format adopted in Tanzania which emphasizes consultancy, training, and problem-oriented applied research.
 
100. Start production projects, SIDO advises
  Wednesday, August 17, 2005  by Admin
  In the recently ended Tanga Investors Forum, the SIDO Director General, Mike Laizer, advised Tanzanians to start production projects instead of depending on foreign investors. Hon Jakaya Kikwete, who opened the forum, said businessmen should make a list of new priorities instead of continuing giving publicity to old investment opportunities.
 
101. Confederation of Tanzania Industries (CTI) - Annual report 2004
  Tuesday, August 16, 2005  by Admin
  ….. In 2004, GDP growth rate increased to 6.3 per cent, the highest in East Africa and among the fastest in Sub-Saharan Africa. Inflation was down to about 4.0 percent. During the year ended December 2004, total exports increased by 17.7 percent to US$ 1,165.9 from US$ 990.6 during the same period in 2003, following improvements in both traditional and nontraditional exports…..
 
102. Govt working to boost SMES, says Permanent Secretary
  Tuesday, August 16, 2005  by Admin
  Lack of laws and appropriate regulations on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) have impeded their growth though they contribute 58 per cent of the national income and employment, the Permanent Secretary in the President’s Office, Planning and Privatisation, Dr Enos Bukuku, has said in Dar es Salaam.
 
103. Entrepreneurs must be dynamic
  Monday, August 15, 2005  by Admin
  Dr. Donath Olomi from the University of Dar es Salaam has called upon Tanzanian entrepreneurs to be extra competitive when entering the East African market.
 
104. Give SMEs better loan conditions
  Monday, August 15, 2005  by Admin
  The Chairman of Tumaini Women Group, in an interview by The Express, suggested that SIDO provide soft loans to more SMEs to help them meet their customer orders.
 
105. Ultra Modern Market Offers Better Prices for Farmers
  Friday, August 12, 2005  by Admin
  The Dodoma Kibaigwa ultra-modern market is run by Mviwata which is a nationwide umbrella association of peasants and smallholder farmers in the country. Farmers are in total control of the prices, reducing exploitation from scrupulous businessmen.
 

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