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Friday, 03 July 2015 10:19


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A WEAKENING SHILLING: TWO SIDES TO THE COIN? TANZANIA STANDS TO GAIN TSH3TRN IN EXCHANGE BENEFITS
Written by ANIL KIJA   
Friday, 03 July 2015 10:15

 

WHILE Members of Parliament in Tanzania have been demanding that the government sketches out measures it will take to halt, and reverse, the rapid , seemingly relentless decline of the national currency, the shilling, there is another side to the matter which the MPs and other analysts are not dwelling upon at all – let alone sufficiently enough!

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EAC: AS FIVE PRESIDENTS EYE UNION... GREATER LEVELS OF SINGLE-MINDEDNESS NEEDED
Written by TIMES REPORTER   
Friday, 03 July 2015 10:06

 

COMPRISING Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda ? strictly named in alphabetical order ? the EAC has the ambitious goal of introducing a single currency by 2024. This journey towards integration commenced in 2000, and is underpinned by three main protocols: the Customs Union (2005), the Common Market (2010), and the Monetary Union (2013).

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TANZANIA: MWANZA SECOND LARGEST REGIONAL ECONOMY
Written by TIMES REPORTER   
Friday, 03 July 2015 10:12

 

MWANZA is the second-biggest metropolis in the country, after Dar es Salaam, with a population of 2.7 million, as against Dar es Salaam’s 4m-plus denizens. It is the business hub of the northern circuit, serving almost ten administrative regions.

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GAS ECONOMY: WHICH EAST AFRICAN STATE IS SET TO WIN THE LNG RACE?
Written by RONKE LUKE   
Friday, 03 July 2015 10:03

 

AS in West Africa, independent exploration and production firms led entry into East Africa — and racked up success unlocking not only new oil plays, but also enormous gas plays where none had been expected!

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