March 25, 2019
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  • Tanzania approaches Dr Kaberuka for country dvt advices

    President John Pombe Magufuli met and held talks with former president of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Dr Donald Kaberuka in Dar es Salaam on Friday, expressing confidence on development counsel that Tanzania will receive from various sectors in the country. President Magufuli said Tanzania can benefit immensely from Dr…

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  • Singapore to support Rwanda’s industrial parks development

    The Government of Singapore has pledged to support Rwanda in the ongoing process of developing industrial parks in various parts of the country as well as developing strategies to promote small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The pledge was made during a meeting between the Minister of Trade and Industry, Honourable…

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  • A new Railway to link locked East African countries includes Rwanda

    Construction of the Standard Gauge Railway to link Tanzania and locked East African countries of Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi and facilitate transport in the central corridor is expected to start in December. The Tanzania Minister for Works, Transport and Communications, Professor Makame Mbarawa, said in Dar es Salaam yesterday that…

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  • BRD not concerned with ‘kabore’ affected farmers

    Members of parliament have asked Rwanda Development Bank (BRD) and the Ministry of agriculture (MINAGRI) to help cassava farmers on their loan payments due to encountered numerous losses after the outbreak of Kabore disease. Members of parliamentary Standing Committee on Economy and Trade were extremely shocked with cassava farmers from districts…

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  • Trade minister blames Burundi’s Export ban as EAC free trade breach

    The government has condemned Burundi’s recent decision to ban exports destined to Rwanda saying it was a serious breach of EAC trade agreement but said it will have no impact in the Rwandan economy. Addressing a news conference yesterday on regional and international trade, the Minister for Trade and Industry,…

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  • EAC states urged to facilitate cross-borders trade for citizens profit  

    The East African Community governments have been urged to facilitate cross border trader and support grain trade, with the argument that such trade is the only sure way for the people to transact and exchange value and thereby raise the standards of living of the citizens. The meeting which took…

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