CBK intervention props up shilling ahead of policy meeting
Date posted: 5 June 2012
Currency volatility, Kenya
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Kenyan shilling weakens for a second day as trade deficit widens
Date posted: 30 May 2012
Currency volatility, Kenya
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Malawi: Hopes to heal economy through devaluation, which has hit poor hard
Date posted: 18 May 2012
Civil society, Currency volatility, Malawi, Poverty
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IMF aids Malawi with letters to donor nations
Date posted: 9 May 2012
Currency volatility, Malawi
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Malawi: Devaluation excites tobacco farmers
Date posted: 9 May 2012
Agricultural trade, Currency volatility, Malawi
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Marcus warns on dangers of currency controls
Date posted: 8 May 2012
Currency volatility, South Africa
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Malawi devalues kwacha by 50%
Date posted: 7 May 2012
Currency volatility, Malawi
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Mauritius Rupee's strength to curb imported inflation
Date posted: 3 May 2012
Currency volatility, Mauritius
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Malawi to devalue Kwacha 40% to unlock aid by meeting IMF terms
Date posted: 28 April 2012
Currency volatility, IMF, Malawi
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Bank of Zambia: "Maximise COMESA markets"
Date posted: 18 April 2012
Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), Currency volatility, Zambia
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Aid taps expected to open for new Malawi
Date posted: 10 April 2012
Aid effectiveness, Currency volatility, Malawi
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Monetary policy in LICs in the face of the global crisis: the case of Zambia
Date posted: 9 April 2012
Currency volatility, IMF, Zambia
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IMF Staff Mission to Malawi: statement
Date posted: 3 April 2012
Currency volatility, IMF, Malawi
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Brazil and South Africa hit hard by exchange rate complications
Date posted: 30 March 2012
Currency volatility, IBSA, South Africa, World Trade Organisation (WTO)
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Brazil commodity exporters under friendly fire in "currency war"
Date posted: 30 March 2012
Brazil, Currency volatility, Mining, Trade facilitation
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Currency volatility

Early Closure of TMSA Programme: The Secretary of State of the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) has decided to terminate its financial contribution to TradeMark Southern Africa (TMSA), as announced on 4 December 2013. As DFID is the sole financier of the TMSA programme of support to the COMESA-EAC-SADC Tripartite, TMSA will officially be closed from 17 March 2014 instead of 31 October 2014. For more information about the TMSA closure, and for a summary of some of the more notable successes of the Tripartite achieved with TMSA support, please click here