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TANZANIA AS AN OIL-AND-GAS ECONOMY
Written by ELIAS MHEGERA   
Friday, 31 October 2014 13:43

PROSPECTS of Tanzania becoming a vibrant economy through its lucrative extractive industries are still gloomy as analysts cast doubts on the efficacy of many of the contracts which have already been entered into in that highly potential sector.
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TANZANIA AS AN OIL-AND-GAS ECONOMY
Written by ELIAS MHEGERA   
Friday, 31 October 2014 08:21

PROSPECTS of Tanzania becoming a vibrant economy through its lucrative extractive industries are still gloomy as analysts cast doubts on the efficacy of many of the contracts which have already been entered into in that highly potential sector.
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WHY SAMSUNG’S PROFITS 'FELL SIGNIFICANTLY' AFTER MORE THAN THREE YEARS IN THE BLACK
Written by MOHAMED KAZINGUMBE   
Friday, 24 October 2014 13:09

THE South Korea-based Samsung is known worldwide for its electronic products, competing with the best at the global marketplace. But, for the first time in more than three years, the company's profits considerably dropped, allegedly “due to weaker smartphone margins...”

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GENERAL ELECTRIC COLLECTS TWO PRESTIGIOUS AWARDS IN AFRICA
Written by TIMES CORRESPONDENT   
Friday, 24 October 2014 13:11

WASHINGTON: General Electric Company (GE) picked up two awards at this year’s Africa Investor (Ai) Investment & Business Leader Awards.

GE-Africa was awarded the 'Green Investment Initiative of the Year' for the Power-Africa initiative. In addition, the Company’s global chairman and CEO, Jeff Immelt, was awarded the Global Investment Personality of the Year' award.

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USE HOTLINE NUMBERS TO CONTROL RECKLESS DRIVING - UDA
Written by TIMES REPORTER   
Friday, 24 October 2014 12:51

PASSENGERS and other road users in Dar es Salaam have been asked to help in controlling reckless driving and uncouth behavior of a section of Dar es Salaam commuter bus drivers and conductors by using hotline numbers printed in all Usafiri Dar es Salaam Company (UDA) buses

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