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Oneni wa nigeria.......tuache porojo...........

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    WAKATI SISI BADO TUKO KWENYE POROJO
    NA HII NCHI YA MAANDAZI ECONOMY....TAZAMENI WANIGERIA......


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    Aliko Dangote

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    • <LI style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817211718="126">Age: 53 <LI class=hover style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817211718="127">Source: sugar, flour, cement , inherited and growing <LI class=hover style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817211718="128">Residence: Lagos, Nigeria <LI style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817211718="129">Country of citizenship: Nigeria <LI style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817211718="130">Marital Status: Married
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    The Nigerian businessman's fortune surged 557% in the past year, making him the world's biggest gainer in percentage terms and Africa's richest individual for the first time. The catalyst was listing Dangote Cement, which integrated his investments across Africa with his previously public Benue Cement; it now accounts for a quarter of the Nigeria Stock Exchange's total market cap. Already the continent's biggest cement maker, he has plants under construction in Zambia, Tanzania, Congo and Ethiopa and is building cement terminals in Sierra Leone, Ivory Coast and Liberia, among other places. Dangote, who recently bought himself a $45 million Bombardier aircraft for his birthday, has been shuttling back and forth to London for months, in anticipation of a public offering there later this year. Dangote began his career as a commodities trader; built his Dangote Group into conglomerate with interests in sugar, flour milling, salt processing, cement manufacturing, textiles, real estate, and oil and gas.
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    • <LI style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817828312="119">Age: 57 <LI style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817828312="120">Source: banking, self-made <LI style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817828312="121">Residence: Lagos, Nigeria <LI style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817828312="122">Country of citizenship: Nigeria <LI style="BEHAVIOR: none" isImg="false" jQuery1299817828312="123">Education: MBA, Pace University New York
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    The 10 largest economies by 2050 (in trillion 2010 PPP dollars) will be very different from what they are now.

    In view of its continuing robust growth, India is expected to be the world's largest economy by 2050, surpassing China and the United States, a Citi report said.

    "China should overtake the US to become the largest economy in the world by 2020, then be overtaken by India by 2050," financial services group Citi said the report.

    The estimates are based on Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), an economic growth indicator that takes into account the purchasing power of each country's currency, instead of the prevailing exchange rate conversion.

    Indian economy is expected to be nearly $85.97 trillion on PPP basis by 2050 from $3.92 trillion in 2010, Citi said.

    Going by the report, India would surpass the US -- currently the world's largest economy -- to become the second largest by 2040.

    "We expect India to overtake Japan to become the third largest economy in the world by 2015," it noted.


    In terms of PPP, Indian economy -- valued at $3.78 trillion -- was at the fourth place in 2009. The country was behind the US, China and Japan, according to the World Bank.

    Citi pointed out that North America and Western Europe's share of world's real GDP (in terms of dollars calculated on PPP basis) is expected to fall from 41 per cent in 2010 to just 18 per cent in 2050.

    During the same period, developing Asia's share is predicted to rise from 27 per cent to 49 per cent in 2050.

    Citi emphasised that a number of major changes within a relative short time are required for India to meet future challenges.

    Noting that India's infrastructure has to be improved, Citi said the country needs to relax its "hostile attitude towards FDI", if it is to reap the benefits of rapid cross-border technology transfer that China has benefited from so greatly.

    "...a further round of serious deregulation of the domestic economy and further trade liberalisation are required," it noted.

    The report said India's population of working age is expected to grow by 40.7 per cent between 2010 and 2050.

    India has successfully raised its aggregate savings rate to levels that would allow sustained high levels of domestic capital formation (the domestic saving rate averaged 34.4 per cent over 2006-2009 and the gross domestic investment rate 32.4 per cent), the report added.

    Citi pointed out that North America and Western Europe's share of world's real GDP (in terms of dollars calculated on PPP basis) is expected to fall from 41 per cent in 2010 to just 18 per cent in 2050.

    During the same period, developing Asia's share is predicted to rise from 27 per cent to 49 per cent in 2050.

    Citi emphasised that a number of major changes within a relative short time are required for India to meet future challenges.

    Noting that India's infrastructure has to be improved, Citi said the country needs to relax its "hostile attitude towards FDI", if it is to reap the benefits of rapid cross-border technology transfer that China has benefited from so greatly.

    "...a further round of serious deregulation of the domestic economy and further trade liberalisation are required," it noted.

    The report said India's population of working age is expected to grow by 40.7 per cent between 2010 and 2050.

    India has successfully raised its aggregate savings rate to levels that would allow sustained high levels of domestic capital formation (the domestic saving rate averaged 34.4 per cent over 2006-2009 and the gross domestic investment rate 32.4 per cent), the report added.

    RANKINGS IN 2050:

    1. India: $85.97 trillion

    2. China: $80.02 trillion

    3. United States: $39.07 trillion

    4. Indonesia: $13.93 trillion

    5. Brazil: $11.58 trillion

    6. Nigeria: $9.51 trillion

    7. Russia: $7.77 trillion

    8. Mexico: $6.57 trillion

    9. Japan: $6.48 trillion

    10. Egypt: $6.02 trillion
     
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    Tazameni hapo nigeria by 2050.......


    Sisi bado porojo tu...............
     
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    Thread za kijingajinga mnachangia......sana...

    Hizi zipo above ur thinking capacity au?
     
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    Gad ONEYA JF-Expert Member

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    Haya bwana! That's a challenge kwetu wananchi individually, kila mmoja kwa nafasi yake, lakini ukitaka kujua serikali inafanya nini juu ya hilo kama nchi, sahau!
     
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    Kwa mazingira na utamaduni wa/ya kibongo ni vigumu sana kujua watu kama akina Azam Bakhresa wana dow kiasi gani...

    Hivi miaka michache iliyopita nani alimjua Carlo Slim?
     
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    ahsante mkuu boss, jibu ni kwamba wenzetu wamekaa kishughuli zaidi na sisi tumekaa kipolojo zaidi.
    wenzetu wanapocheza na iPAD,etc sisi hata umeme wenyewe tu bado ni ndoto kwa miji mingi ,je vijijini utafika lini??
    kuna sababu nyingi zinazosababisha kutokuwa na mfumo thabiti.
     
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    naaamini hata bongo watu wenye cash ndefu , ukiangalia hao wanigeria makampuni yao yameenda public ndo wameingia kwenye forbes list , we waweke kina bakhresa , mohammed enterprises kwenye stock exchange ili ujue thamani ya haya makampuni ....watu wana cash mbovu sema mambo yatu ndo hivyo ya kuficha ficha ....tumekaa kifisadi zaidi....kazi kweli kweli
     
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