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Recent economic development of Africa
- Tourism earnings projected to hit Sh51b
Kenya is expected to earn Sh51 billion from tourism in 2005, the Kenya Tourist Board says.This will represent a 10 per cent increase on the Sh46 billion the industry earned in 2004.
- Bold Moves to Keep SA Growth On Track
Economic planners have shown they are willing to pull out all the stops to grow the economy.In the past few days they have announced measures which will help to maintain strong economic activity in the immediate future and for several years to come.
- Look East, to Special Economic Zones
OUR laudable macroeconomic policy has over the past 10 years created a stable base from which to grow the economy. But it has not created jobs. This is no surprise: jobs are created by old businesses employing more workers and by the establishment of new businesses; and this is the realm of microeconomic policy.
- JSE Takes Beating On Fears of Slowing Global Economy
THE JSE Securities Exchange SA weakened sharply yesterday, following world markets lower on negative sentiment fuelled by fears of a possible slowdown in the global economy.
- Africa: South of the Sahara
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