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Within the Margin of Error – A Post-Election Polling RetrospectiveRead More
It is clearly apparent that Tanzania is open for business and has many opportunities available for investors. The Tanzania Investment Centre is a one-stop shop that will assist investors with their set-up in the country.Read More
Political instability brought about by the demonstrations organised by the Opposition has left considerable uncertainty and taken its toll on the economy. Debt payments are rising and for the first time ever higher than normal recurrent expenditure. Economic activity is subdued and Government appears unable to meet its monthly recurrent expenditure obligations.Read More
Politically stable and a growing economy are clearly evident in Tanzania. It is also apparent that the country is open for business and is actively encouraging investment both local and foreign.Read More
With President Museveni’s son having indicated his intention to vie for the Presidency in 2026, confusion reigns, particularly, as the President has not said whether he will be stepping down. The economy is showing signs of growth and Uganda expects significant Foreign Direct Investment in the medium to long term.Read More
It appears that Presidential succession is now being discussed in a politically stable environment. The Government is introducing tax reforms to ease the burden of taxation. Inflation continues to be high but the economy is performing with good growth.Read More
2023 is looking to be a considerably brighter year for Ethiopia as the peace in Tigray appears to be holding and both sides implement terms of the Peace Accord. While rebuilding costs are very considerable, and instability continues to plague parts of the country, the Government appears intent on restoring an attractive environment for international investors and is driving a number of initiatives to increase FDI.Read More
Latest developments in Burundi, South Sudan, Djibouti, Eritrea and SomaliaRead More