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106. Tsh 54 billion bailout else… Air Tanzania Corporation in throngs of death, again
  Monday, August 03, 2009  by Admin
107. THE SMELL OF CORRUPTION AS Indian companies battle for tender to supply Tanzania with tractors
  Monday, August 03, 2009  by Admin
108. Mkakati wa CRDB kuwakomboa wajasiriamali
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  WATU wenye kipato kidogo na cha kati ni wadau muhimu katika mapambano dhidi ya umasikini. Pamoja na umuhimu wao, wamekuwa wakikumbana na vikwazo vingi kutoka taasisi za fedha.
 
109. Inflation rate drops as food prices decrease
  Friday, July 17, 2009  by Admin
  The annual rate of inflation neared single digit last month after dropping to 10.7 per cent from the 11.3 per cent level that was recorded in May, according to data released yesterday by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
 
110. Market Access for Sustainable Development
  Wednesday, March 26, 2008  by Admin
  This international course is an introduction to how markets can be used as tools to alleviate poverty in a sustainable manner. It introduces participants to the conceptual frameworks related to market development which can be used to analyse the market context and identify pro-poor development opportunities within it. It provides practical tools and instruments to develop appropriate market-driven policies.
 
111. Country Requires to Form Leadership Code
  Tuesday, February 05, 2008  by Admin
  Academicians have said mixing business and politics is not essentially bad if clear cut code of leadership is laid bare to guide and direct leaders and politicians do's and don'ts and avoid conflict of interests. They said the assumption that leaders serve the people better when they a barred from business can be counterproductive. These were Dr Haji Semboja of the Economic Research Bureau of the University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM), Professor Francis Matambalya from the Department of Commerce and Management of UDSM and Professor Marjorie Mbilinyi, an academician turned activist.
 
112. Doing Business 2008
  Friday, January 25, 2008  by Admin
  Doing Business is a guide for evaluating regulations that directly impact economic growth, downloading underlying laws, making cross-country comparisons, and identifying good practice reforms. The Doing Business project provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement across 178 countries and selected cities at the subnational and regional level.
 
113. Doing business in Tanzania improving
  Friday, January 25, 2008  by Admin
  The year 2008 Doing Business report has painted Tanzania positively, amid criticism that there was still room for improvement. The report indicates that Tanzania has improved from previous year's performance by 20 ranks, a performance which experts consider to be low compared with the resources potential the country is endowed with.
 
114. Get technology from Asia, Local firms told
  Sunday, December 02, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania's companies can increase capital and acquire modern technologies through forming partnerships with Asian firms. Getting such resources will enable Tanzania's companies to add values to their products, increase shareholders' wealth and create jobs.
 
115. Does E-Commerce fuel counterfeit products?
  Thursday, November 15, 2007  by Admin
  The Problem of counterfeit products keeps growing and poses great threat to consumers in the country. However, as the country is busy looking for solutions to the problem, there are views that the issue of e-commerce brings with it some side effects on consumers much as it speeds up business processes worldwide.
 
116. Sukuma Afrika Young Entrepreneurs Competition
  Thursday, November 01, 2007  by Admin
  The Sukuma Afrika competition for Young Entrepreneurs' recognises outstanding commercial initiatives and projects that support attain the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) in Africa. Entries act as a means of inspiration for entrepreneurs in and outside the continent and as opportunities for Sukuma Africa’s network of investors to support and fund the most impactful business plans.
 
117. Business plan competition enters second phase
  Thursday, August 23, 2007  by Admin
  The response to the Believe-Begin-Become business plan writing competition that was that was launched three months ago for local entrepreneurs has been overwhelming, organizers have confirmed.
The organizing institution, TechnoServe, invited over the weekend 400 winning applicants to a one day entrepreneurship seminar in Arusha and Dar es Salaam centres, to equip them with entrepreneurial skills crucial for designing winning business plans.
 
118. Tanzania, Uganda Keen to Link With Malaysia
  Thursday, July 26, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania is keen to tap Malaysian expertise to help develop its palm oil industry, especially for the production of biofuels. Jatropha is a plant that grows in wastelands from which the jatropha vegetable oil is produced and which could be used as biofuel.

 
119. CNN Multichoice Journalist Award winners announced
  Tuesday, July 24, 2007  by Admin
  Uganda's Richard Kavuma emerged the overall winner of the CNN Multichoice African Journalist Award and was presented with the prize at the International Convention Centre here on Saturday night. Kavuma entered the competition for journalists with articles on Uganda's performance on the Millennium Development Goals.
 
120. Local financial firm secures billions from IFC
  Tuesday, July 24, 2007  by Admin
  The International Finance Corporation (IFC) will invest USD 20 million (approx.21bn) into Blue Financial Services to boost its lending and insurance businesses. The support coming from this private sector investment arm of the World Bank Group would be split equally between equity and a senior debt facility.
 

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