Archive for Category: "Economy"
Mining companies have agreed to pay taxes based on the amended last year, and to pay at least 967.8 billion kwacha ($205 million) in tax arrears.
The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) said on Thursday it was looking to buy 5 million euros from the local market, its second foreign currency purchase this week.
Namibia will allow foreign banks to open branches and also make it easier for the government to increase local ownership of domestic banks, the southern African nation’s central bank said.
From 29 to 30 november in Tripoli, Libia, will take place the 3rd Europa Africa summit. This week the European Commission presented its proposals for a consolidation of the Africa-EU relations.
South Africa’s rand steadied against the dollar on Friday in a volatile session which saw the it fall more than one percent before coming back to Thursday’s closing levels as global economic uncertainty weighed on emerging markets.
Confronting China and the United States in the debate over global imbalances and currencies will not provide a solution, South Africa’s Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Thursday.
Urban consumer inflation in Egypt remained unchanged in the year to October, a sign the central bank is unlikely to raise interest rates in December.
South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Tuesday he was concerned about the rapid movement of capital inflows and said such large flows were having an impact on South Africa and other countries.
Le classement Doing Business 2011 du groupe de la Banque mondiale qui évalue les efforts des pays pour améliorer le climat des affaires a été rendu public le 04 novembre 2010.
The United States’ decision to launch a second round of monetary easing was made without consideration for its negative impact on other countries, South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Friday.
Zimbabwe’s economy is on track to grow by 8.1 percent this year and close to 10 percent in 2011, the finance minister said on Thursday.
Sub-Sahara African countries should consider tempering expansionary policy now that economic recovery is under way across much of the continent, the International Monetary Fund said on Monday.
Le président de la République autorise Hydro Mekin, la société qu’il a créée avant-hier, à vendre et à distribuer l’électricité au Cameroun. Un privilège exclusif jusque-là détenu par le groupe américain.
Germany has given Uganda a $207 million grant to help boost renewable energy resources, expand regulation of its financial services sector and increase accountability,
Ghana’s government may seek to renegotiate the timing of a public wage structure overhaul with labour unions to ease pressure on the economy, Finance Minister Kwabena Duffuor said on Tuesday.