East & Central Africa December 2016 / Tanzania / Economy
After remaining steady in the next two to three months, the Tanzanian shilling will resume a...
After remaining steady in the next two to three months, the Tanzanian shilling will resume a path of gradual depreciation in the coming quarters as macroeconomic imbalances exert downward pressure. However, robust foreign direct investment inflows and foreign loans will provide a buffer.READ FULL ARTICLE...
In line with our belief that Egypt's economy has turned a corner, the country's purchasing managers' index (PMI) reading came in at the 50 level which separates expansion from contraction in February. This marks a significant turnaround for operating conditions at Egyptian non-oil producing private sector companies from the summer when the PMI reading languished in the low 40s. The outlook for Egypt's economy has improved over the past few months on the back of a notable improvement in political stability and the injection of US$16bn aid from Gulf States, raising confidence across sectorsREAD FULL ARTICLE...
Egypt's economic growth will pick up...
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