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DSE Report 28-07-2015

    DSE Report 28-07-2015

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Obama in Ethiopia, focus on South Sudan peace bid

    Obama in Ethiopia, focus on South Sudan peace bid

Barack Obama today will become the first US president to address the African Union, the 54-member continental bloc, at its gleaming, Chinese-built headquarters. He will also hold talks with regional

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Statoil launches safety training for fishermen

    Statoil launches safety training for fishermen

STATOIL Tanzania yesterday launched a Safety of Life at Sea training for 100 fishermen in Mtwara with the aim to improve their knowledge on how to survive at the sea.

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Shilling seen stable against US dollar

    Shilling seen stable against US dollar

THE increased inflows of agricultural export proceeds continued to contribute significantly to the strengthening of the shilling. Also the increased tourism earnings during this season is playing vital role to

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Eda Sanga appointed new TAMWA Executive Director

    Eda Sanga appointed new TAMWA Executive Director

VETERAN journalist Edda Sanga is the new Executive Director of the Tanzania Media Women Association (TAMWA). A press release issued

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DSE Market Report 27-07-2015

    DSE Market Report 27-07-2015

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10 Years After the Tsunami

    10 Years After the Tsunami

In 2004, a tsunami in the Indian Ocean sent massive waves that destroyed parts of Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka and

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IMF Executive Board Concludes 2014 Article IV Consultation with South Sudan

    IMF Executive Board Concludes 2014 Article IV Consultation with South Sudan

On December, 15, 2014, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund concluded the Article IV consultation1 with South Sudan.

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Strong Reforms Offer Countries Path to High-income Status

    Strong Reforms Offer Countries Path to High-income Status

Sub-Saharan Africa’s small middle-income countries should implement strong reforms to boost growth and avoid the “middle-income trap,” seminar participants concluded

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Rwanda’s Inclusive Policies Are Benefiting Nation’s Poorest

    Rwanda’s Inclusive Policies Are Benefiting Nation’s Poorest

Rwanda’s economic performance since the turn of the century has been remarkable. Strong policies have played a key role in maintaining annual GDP growth at around 8 percent since 2000,

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