Tanzania inflation hits 14.1 pct in August


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Tanzania inflation rises to 14.1 pct in August

DAR ES SALAAM

Tanzania’s inflation rose for the tenth consecutive month in August driven by higher food and energy costs, the statistics office said on Thursday.

The year-on-year inflation in east Africa’s second-biggest economy jumped to 14.1 percent in August from 13 percent in the previous month.

Source: TANZANIA files
 
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Inasikitisha. Muungwana aliichukua nchi inflation ikiwa around 6.8 pct, na ame-double inflation in 6 years. ANGUKA na Bora Maisha.
 
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aaah ****** huyo ikifika 2015 kitu 30%
 
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That yet sounds less severe than what the situation is in Somalia and other precarious countries. We might have not been succeeded in controlling inflation rate but things do improve slowly. The government is fighting hard to create propitious and conducive ambience to attract foreign investments which efforts have direct effects on slowing the inflation rate.
 
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aisee ndio maana hali ni ngumu
kikwete prof Nduru akiongea yeye anatingisha kichwa kukubali
hawa watu ni hasara kwa taifa huyu jamaa alidesa elimu yake hakuna u prof hapo
 
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That yet sounds less severe than what the situation is in Somalia and other precarious countries. We might have not been succeeded in controlling inflation rate but things do improve slowly. The government is fighting hard to create propitious and conducive ambience to attract foreign investments which efforts have direct effects on slowing the inflation rate.
porojo tu hata kwenye hili mwita25
 
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That yet sounds less severe than what the situation is in Somalia and other precarious countries. We might have not been succeeded in controlling inflation rate but things do improve slowly. The government is fighting hard to create propitious and conducive ambience to attract foreign investments which efforts have direct effects on slowing the inflation rate.
unafanananisha nchi yenye vita miaka nenda rudi na TANZNAIA? somalia haina hata serikali, ina maana LEO wana CCM manaweza kujivina kwamba tanzania ni better of somalia ya kwamba mmefanya kazi nzuri?

kuna nane jingine zaidi ya kuwaona watu kama wewe wajinga na mwenye tabia za homesexual maana mimi najua ndio wanaongea bila kutumia up stairs
 
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Inasikitisha. Muungwana aliichukua nchi inflation ikiwa around 6.8 pct, na ame-double inflation in 6 years. ANGUKA na Bora Maisha.
Mkuu ilikuwa below 5% (5%). I hope hatutafika kule kwa Mzee ruksa - 30%!
 
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That yet sounds less severe than what the situation is in Somalia and other precarious countries. We might have not been succeeded in controlling inflation rate but things do improve slowly. The government is fighting hard to create propitious and conducive ambience to attract foreign investments which efforts have direct effects on slowing the inflation rate.
And that's the sad part.

After 50 years of Uhuru, and about 47 years of Political monopoly by one party, abudance of natural resources ranked third in the continent, fertile land ranked in top ten in the continent, and a population exceeding our combined five neighbours, we still find Tanzania in a situation which is being compared to a chaotic, lawless state like Somalia and other "precarious" countries. And yet we are told that going from 6.8 pct to 14.1 pct in 6 years is an improvement. I shudder to imagine otherwise.
 
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That yet sounds less severe than what the situation is in Somalia and other precarious countries. We might have not been succeeded in controlling inflation rate but things do improve slowly. The government is fighting hard to create propitious and conducive ambience to attract foreign investments which efforts have direct effects on slowing the inflation rate.
Mkuu Mwita,
mimi sipendi kijibizana na wewe kutokana na mwelekeo wa mabandiko yako..
Hapo nilipokoleza na kupigia mstari..why foreign, je sisi Watanzania si binadamu wenye uwezo wa kufikiri, kupanga, kuamua na kutekeleza maamuzi yetu bila ya kutegemea foreign elements?? Why? In your perspective, are Tanzanians cursed?
I guess, that's what you meant in your post!!..Sad in deed!
Watanzania, tufungue macho!! tumepotezwa jamani..
 
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Haya unaooandika yana mwelekeo wowote wa kutoa suluhu la hili janga la kiuchumi ama ni Pengezi kwa mwenyekiti wako wa CCM kama mlivyozoea.Kuwa seriouz na matatizo ya kijamii likiwemo hili la mfumuko wa bei ambapo imefikia double digit.
That yet sounds less severe than what the situation is in Somalia and other precarious countries. We might have not been succeeded in controlling inflation rate but things do improve slowly. The government is fighting hard to create propitious and conducive ambience to attract foreign investments which efforts have direct effects on slowing the inflation rate.
 
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aisee ndio maana hali ni ngumu<br />
kikwete prof Nduru akiongea yeye anatingisha kichwa kukubali<br />
hawa watu ni hasara kwa taifa huyu jamaa alidesa elimu yake hakuna u prof hapo
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mkuu nakuunga mkono huyu prof mi simuelewi kabisa mara kuna noti aina mbili huku inflation na shillingi inazidi kutetereka akiulizwa anasema Currency depreciation is not bad for our economy sasa najiuliza hata kama itaboost exports je na kwa haya mazao ambayo hatutaki kuyafanyia processing zaidi then sio kama tunavyoimport duh! prof do something baana upo hapo sio kuwa ktk ofisi nzuri advise the govt kuwa na uchungu mkuu otherwise tukiingia kwenye common currency ya eac within short time tutakuwa vibaya zaidi ya greece duh! Inauma mbaya
 

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