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How Tanzania can steer clear of economic downside risks 

Tanzania’s economy is facing downside risk (in 2017) to domestic challenges were government can control. Economy is characterized by lower credit growth to the private sector, weak business environment and high levels of ...
Author: Business Week Reporter
Publishing Date: 2017-11-09
Publisher: Citizen
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Document type: Newspaper

Microfinance policy, Law is timely 

The government’s decision to launch the microfinance policy, 2017 has come at the right time. The policy, together with the planned microfinance law, will give the country the required legal framework to effectively regulate ...
Author: Citizen Editor
Publishing Date: 2017-11-01
Publisher: Citizen
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Document type: Newspaper

TZ slips in ease of doing business 

Tanzania has fallen further in the rankings of the Doing Business 2018 (DB2018) report raising concerns over the efficacy and results of the ongoing reforms. The country was ranked 137th globally in DB2018 report from 132th ...
Author: Mbani, Mnaku
Publishing Date: 2017-11-03
Publisher: Citizen
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Document type: Newspaper

Private sector wooed into the water sector 

The Minister for Water and Irrigation Mr Gerson Lwenge has encouraged the private sector to participate in the water resource management to help the public sector ensure efficient use especially for irrigation. Mr Lwenge ...
Author: Masare, Alawi
Publishing Date: 2017-10-06
Publisher: Citizen
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Document type: Newspaper

Complaints of CTI on sugar permits have being heard 

Confederation of Tanzania Industries (CTI) announced that the government has a plan of starting issuing permits of industrial sugar clearing in the Dar port today. The announcement was given after complaints from CTI about ...
Author: Simtowe, Aurea
Publishing Date: 2017-11-24
Publisher: Mwananchi
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Document type: Newspaper

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