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  • China, Africa work to play concerto for shared future

    Posted on :Wednesday , 5th September 2018

    BEIJING - When the 2018 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) Summit opens in Beijing on Monday with the theme "China and Africa: Toward an even stronger community with a shared future through win-win cooperation," it will be a new starting point for the two sides to upgrade their cooperation.

    China and Africa have been cooperating in multiple ways. The ties were en. . .

  • East Africa- 15 New Reforms To Ease Doing Business In Rwanda

    Posted on :Friday , 1st December 2017

     The government plans to introduce 15 new reforms across various sectors, as a means to ease doing business in the country.

    The initiative follows recent World Bank Doing Business Report that ranked Rwanda 41st globally and second in Africa out of the 190 economies globally.
    The reforms will address key concerns of investors acros. . .

  • Tanzania-Burundi Aim To Boost Trade Volume

    Posted on :Monday , 9th October 2017

     Tanzania and Burundi are both working towards raising the scale of trade done between the two countries. The subject was discussed at a business forum as this past September.

    Jean Boaco Ntunzwenimana, Minister of Transport, Public Works and Equipment said that Burundi is already reaping benefits from an improving working relationship between the nations. He sp. . .

  • Tanzania among Top Ten Investment Destinations in Africa

    Posted on :Monday , 25th September 2017

     Tanzania remains one of top 10 countries to invest in from Africa, according to ‘Where to invest in Africa’ despite recent troubles in the country’s mining sector. The latest report was based on the theme “Money Talks’ and this newest edition “follows the money”. The report provides positive news about the country in light of the recent reports by. . .

  • Rwanda-Tanzania Look To Improve Trade Relations

    Posted on :Tuesday , 19th September 2017

     Tanzania and Rwanda’s private sector bodies have reached a decision to renew their commitment to eliminate Non-Tariff Barriers (NTBs) between the two nations. NTBs are known to act as difficult barriers that make the export and import of goods costly and troublesome to businesses. This issue to centre-stage at the one day peer to peer meeting held between the two nations in Kigali.&. . .


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