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Mkullo: You could learn how it works elsewhere

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by DoubleOSeven, Apr 5, 2011.

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    DoubleOSeven JF-Expert Member

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    I believe the undermentioned is an exemplary relief that we need in Tanzania. Fuel prices are just too high.
    Dont kill the goose that lays the golden egg!! The governement is strangling tax payers. Wataishia kukamua dume.

    Consider this:


    Chancellor George Osborne has offered a helping hand to motorists and the lower paid in a budget he said would boost "growth and jobs".

    To placate drivers facing record pump prices he announced a cut in the price of fuel by 1p per litre and unveiled a Fair Fuel Stabiliser to help keep costs down in future - to be funded by an increased levy on oil and gas production.
    He also confirmed plans to raise the personal tax allowance by a further £630, to £8,105, a real increase of £48 extra per year, or £126 in cash terms.
    And he claimed that together with this year's rise, it would mean a total of £326 extra money each year for "those working hard to pay for their family's needs".
    It is hurting but it isn't working".
     
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    Bulesi JF-Expert Member

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    Mkullo cannot understand this!!
     
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    dotto JF-Expert Member

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    Anasubiri tumpe mji ategue.
     
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    POMPO JF-Expert Member

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    Takizo lake siyo mtanzania so no pain mwache aropoke!
     
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    Old ManIF Senior Member

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    Hayo mafuta yakiingizwa nchini mpaka yamepakuliwa kutoka kwenye meli gharama yake haizidi shs 350/= Kodi na gharama nyingine za hapa nchini ndio zinatufikisha mpaka shs 2,000/= kwenye pump. Sasa nikisema nchi hii ni ya majuha nitakuwa nimekosea?
     
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    Kobello JF-Expert Member

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    We don't buy oil in shillings...thats the issue!
     
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    Mtazamaji JF-Expert Member

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    if u were Mkulo could u have copy pasted the decision of G. osbone????
    And btn it is a great thread only problem i see imewekwa kwenye siasa. kwa nn usiweeke kwenye uchumi ili watu wachagie kichumi chumi?

    kwa nn watanzania tuna politicize kila kitu.

    any way ni maoni tu
     
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    Kobello JF-Expert Member

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    Duh! acha uongo....lita moja ya mafuta machafu ni 0.6$ ambayo ni kama buku!...hapo hujasafirisha mpaka bongo,hujayasafisha,hujayadistribute mpaka kituo cha mafuta na hujapata profit!...think twice bro!
     
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    Ulimakafu JF-Expert Member

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    Sidhani kama waziri wetu huyu anaweza fanya la maana hapa.
     
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    Taso JF-Expert Member

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    ....So?
     
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    Kobello JF-Expert Member

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    ....so?,$3.5mil a day of hard earned foreign currency is spent on crude oil,it's more than what we earn a day!...the government should discourage oil import and oil consumption,The only way right now is to tax the hell out of it!
     
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