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Lack of women still a hot topic at Davos‏

It’s a strange thing about Davos: Women represented only 18 percent of the actual delegates, but as a topic, women ranked among the top three — right up there with refugees and climate change. 1,114 more words

Monfinance

Commodity exchange takes off in May‏

THE Tanzania Mercantile Exchange (TCX) is expecting to start trading in May this year after all the preparations including the regulations for guiding the market operations which are in the final stages. 281 more words

Tanzania News

Tanzania Inflation Reaches6.8% In December 2015 Due To Higher Growth And Demand

According to The National Bureau of Statistics of Tanzania (NBS) the Annual Headline Inflation Rate for the month of December 2015 rose to 6.8% from 6.6% in November, 2015. 152 more words

Tanzania News

JK lists NMB Bank among success stories‏

PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has inaugurated 65 million US dollars (140bn/-) worth state-of-the-art National Microfinance Bank (NMB) building and pledged continued government support to the bank’s efforts to promote financial inclusion. 351 more words

Tanzania News

Vietnam’s military-run mobile firm launches in Tanzania‏ Through Halotel

Vietnam’s military-run mobile firm launches in Tanzania, invests $736 mln

Vietnam’s state-run telecoms operator Viettel launched mobile and internet services in Tanzania on Thursday after investing $736 million (Sh75.80 billion) in East Africa’s second-biggest economy. 281 more words

Tanzania News

Seven ways to captivate a Corporate Audience‏

You may find yourself given the opportunity to make a presentation or speak at a forum that could either catapult your career or kill it. Here are seven ways to take advantage of this kind of exposure and maximize your chances of success: 395 more words

Monfinance

7 companies sidelined from public procurement‏

THE Public Procurement Regulatory Authority (PPRA) has debarred seven firms, one of
them for a period of ten years, from participating in public Procurement.

This was announced in Dar es Salaam yesterday by PPRA Board Chairman, Ambassador Matern Lumbanga, who revealed that Morogoro-based Gagaja Contractors Company Limited will be sidelined until October 1, 2025. 238 more words

Tanzania News