Pakistani investors eye Tanzania’s construction industry

Pakistani investors eye Tanzania’s construction industry

InformAfrica gathered that Pakistani investors eyeing Tanzania’s construction industry have opened a cement factory in the East African country. The Pakistan investors also established that Tanzania was a suitable place for investment in different fields due to its political and environment stability.

In Tanzania, experts root for human resource development

"Light manufacturing can offer a viable path for Tanzania and other sub-Saharan African countries as they transform their economies to create more productive jobs", according to a World Bank report.

In Tanzania, experts root for human resource development

Creating a pool of skilled people has been singled out as a requisite for Tanzania and other African countries to attain sustainable social, political and economic development.

Apple to decide on its $98 billion cash pile

The maker of the iPhone, iPad and iPod has $98 billion in cash and securities, equal to about $104 a share according to ISI Group analyst Brian Marshall.

Apple to decide on its $98 billion cash pile

Apple Inc, the world’s most valuable company, will discuss on Monday what it plans to do with its $98 billion cash hoard, raising expectations it may meet demands to pay a dividend for the first time since 1995.

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