African fiscal stance must allow for crises - Nene
Date posted: 10 November 2011
Currency volatility, Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), IMF
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Tax reforms set stage for higher consumer prices
Date posted: 8 November 2011
IMF, Kenya, Taxation
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IMF Mission to Tanzania: concluding statement
Date posted: 8 November 2011
IMF, Tanzania
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Cost of money rises steeply as Kenya bows to IMF demands
Date posted: 2 November 2011
Currency volatility, IMF, Kenya
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IMF: Kenya gets Sh25bn to boost shilling on approval
Date posted: 1 November 2011
Currency volatility, IMF, Kenya
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Kenya: Treasury asks IMF for Sh75 billion to stem currency slide
Date posted: 1 November 2011
Currency volatility, IMF, Kenya
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IMF loosens its grip on Swaziland
Date posted: 1 November 2011
African Development Bank (AfDB), IMF, Swaziland
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IMF staff mission to Mozambique: statement
Date posted: 1 November 2011
IMF, Mozambique, Poverty, Social protection
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How to make economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa more inclusive
Date posted: 1 November 2011
IMF, Inclusive growth, Poverty
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Uganda food exports to Kenya push up prices, says agency
Date posted: 1 November 2011
Agricultural trade, Cross-border trade, IMF, Uganda
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IMF chief urges aid, trade, investment to help poor
Date posted: 17 October 2011
Aid for Trade, IMF
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IMF, ILO confuse me - King
Date posted: 17 October 2011
IMF, Swaziland
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Congo growth strong, more transparency needed - IMF
Date posted: 17 October 2011
Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Extractive industries, IMF
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Swaziland fiscal crisis deepening - IMF
Date posted: 17 October 2011
IMF, Southern African Customs Union (SACU), Swaziland
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South Africa: 2011 Article IV Consultation report
Date posted: 17 October 2011
Competitiveness, Employment, IMF, Industrial policy, South Africa, Southern African Customs Union (SACU)
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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