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Foreign investors stay away from Dar on opening week

“Foreign investors stayed away from the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) in the year’s first week of trading with…

Tanzania gas project faces further delays

“Tanzania has suspended talks between the government and foreign investors in the oil and gas sector that would have set…

AfCFTA a Stepping Stone for Huge Investments in Africa

“Vera Songwe, the Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), on Tuesday last week opened the 23rd…

Zimbabwe struggling to save Chinese deals

“Government officials were this week nervously scrambling to salvage three big Chinese-funded infrastructural projects totalling US$1,324 billion, which are on…

Protectionism and erratic policies keep investors away

“Protectionist tendencies and erratic policy-making are likely to deter the kind of private investment needed to help Tanzania achieve its…

South Sudan invites investors to 14 oil blocks

“South Sudan on Tuesday invited investors to show interest in 14 blocks newly discovered blocks. Petroleum minister Daniel Awow Chuang…

Enhancing Africa-China Investments

“The increasing strategic partnership between Africa and China will expand cooperation in investment and trade between the continent and the…

Top Investments in Rwanda in 2018

“Rwanda attracted $2.006 billion in domestic and foreign investments last year, surpassing the target by $6 million. This reflects a…

Tanzania: Govt Assures Chinese Investors of Security

“The government has assured investors from China that their investments in the country will be protected as the country’s laws,…

Equatorial Guinea: FDI in 2019 to Exceed U.S.$2.4 Billion

“The direct total foreign investment expected in Equatorial Guinea for 2019 is over USD $2.4 billion, with 11 new wells…

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