• Prpoposal
    on the performance of the firm. Furthermore, the study revealed that in Tanzania, SMEs continue to operate in a chaotic environment, where policies are inconsistent and regulatory procedures are stringent. Inadequate access to finance and training were also perceived as being a great hindrance to...
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  • Globalization: Prospect and Chalenges in Tanzania
    their development. The socioeconomic marginalization of the LDCs and the polarization of the world economy (in the sense of the weakness of the “middle class” of world States) are interrelated. (SOURCE: www.cprc.abrc.co.uk) CHALLENGES OF GLOBALIZATION IN TANZANIA The challenge facing...
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  • Sme Policy
    UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND TRADE SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT POLICY 2002 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE ABBREVIATIONS………………………………………………………………… FOREWORD 1.0 2.0 INTRODUCTION SME DEVELOPMENT 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 ………………………………………………………………………………. IN TANZANIA...
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  • Critical Analysis of the Impact of Sme's in the Promotion of Such Business in the Tanzanian Economy.
    other stakeholders to create a conducive macroeconomic environment that will allow SMEs to emerge, survive and grow the reason being SME’s contribute third of the GDP of Tanzania economy. The recent Policy was introduced in 2002. Since its inception the policy had the following impact on the...
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  • Principleof Management
    study also assumed that government policies, legal and institutional frameworks related to agro-processing sub-sector have a vital role to play in stimulating and promoting, marketing and consumption of the networked products in Tanzania. Finally, with regard to the conceptual framework presented in...
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  • Accountant
    policy 2002, “Strategies for implementing the SME development policy focus on three main areas, namely, the creation of an enabling business environment, developing of financial and non-financial services and putting in place supportive institutional infrastructure. The SMEs Policy takes into account...
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  • The Impact of Development Grants on Growth of Smes in Rural Tanzania
    Graduate Research Pre-Proposal Summery Statement of Intended Research Topic (CONCEPT PAPER) 1. Topic of Research: The suggested research topic is: "The Impact of Development Grants on Growth of SMEs in Rural Tanzania". 2. Brief Statement of the Research Problem: Tanzania has recognised the...
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  • Contribution of Treasury Management to International Trade
    . • To asses’ problems and risk faced by both parties that is Tanzania SMEs and Financial institution in handling international trade transactions. • To suggest solutions to the problems that face international trade transactions through methods of payments offered by financial institution in...
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  • Journal of International Business and Cultural Studies
    performance Exporter firms. Data were obtained from a survey of managers of 60 firms in Tanzania, an underdeveloped country. The study produces interesting contributions to our understanding of export causal relationships. The findings are both at variance and in conformity with existing theory. The...
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  • Factors That Hinder Small and Medium Enterprise Customers to Access Credit from Commercial Banks in Tanzania
    suffer from a” scale bias” under national and regional industrial and enterprise development policies that are not always supportive (ILO,2001). In most economies, smaller enterprises are much greater in number, in the EU, SMEs comprise approximately 99% of all firms and employ between them about 65...
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  • Vhbkbk
    Benares at the Reserve Bank of India’srequest.2002: Bank of Baroda (Uganda) was listed on the Uganda Securities Exchange (USE).2003: BOB opened an OBU in Mumbai.2004: BOB acquired the failed Gujarat Local Area Bank, and returned to Tanzania by establishing a subsidiary in Dar-es-Salaam.BOB also...
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  • Impact of Globalization in Small and Medium Enterprises Tanzania
    of Tanzania shillings 5 to 200 millions (SMEs Policy 2003) One of challenges globalization to small and medium enterprises are resources, To be able to export enterprises need a range of product with a good turnover ,information, expertise, know- how, . skilled workers and experienced...
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  • Summer Training Report
    |Weakness | |To reach lots of SMEs |The quick spread of negative comments. | |To be focused on SMEs as a large segment...
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  • Yes Analysis
    policy towards entrepreneurship development in the country, the relationship between taxation policy and entrepreneurship development as well as challenges facing SMEs in Tanzania. 4.2 Characteristics of the Respondents The respondents were drawn from various areas in Dar es Salaam, all of which in...
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  • Failure of Smes in Tanzania
    on the reasons for the failure of SMEs in Tanzania (II) Come up with possible solutions so that a vibrant SME sector in the economy is achieved AUTHER: Sophia Mjasiri Emesu SUBMISSION DATE: 15 June 2012 INTRODUCTION Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) play a major role in economic...
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  • Examination on the Strategic Use of Information Technology in Tanzania Service Industries
    effectiveness” ACRONYMS GDP ICT IT SME TCRA HIV TB Gross Domestic Product Information and Communication Technology Information Technology Small and Medium Enterprises Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority Human Immunodeficiency Virus Tuberculosis Introduction Businesses can attain sustainable...
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  • Mnc
    chain is more integrated with local suppliers as SMEs Example of BP: The Private Sector Initiative (Psi) in Tanzania Large Company BP Tanzania and seven other Tanzanian corporations Location Tanzania Local Enterprise(s) Local SMEs linked to the supply chain of the corporate partners Other...
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  • Impact of Globalization on Sme with Respect to Tanzanian Environment
    production technologies. Ultimately, it becomes a matter of judgment as to what is appropriate to the specific context. This paper takes an SME in a Tanzania as an industrial (or service sector) unit with between 10 to 50 workers. It largely excludes consideration of micro enterprises (i.e. firms...
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  • adasd
    international competitiveness of low and high intensity Tanzanian exporting SMEs David Crick Faculty of Commerce and Administration, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand Godwin E. Kaganda Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK, and Harry Matlay Department of Management...
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  • Trade Finance Roles of Banks
    bank, few of the L/C’s in favour of suppliers in Tanzania will request for confirmation. • Even bank charges are not shared equally TERMS OPEN ACCOUNT BUYER SELLER ADVANCE PAYMENTS What should be done – Policy issues Create advantage for wholesale lending Today it’s a regulatory...
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