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AFRICAN ECHO BUSINESS NEWS
Complied by Cass Gilroy-Business Editor
China and Africa developing much closer economic links together
BOE announces changes to foreign exchange reserves
DTI publish plan to save businesses up to £700 million
New Government Simplification Plans must deliver results, says FSB
EasyJet chairman gives £50,000 funding for disabled entrepreneurs awards
Black Country African Caribbean Business Federation becoming new voice
SMEs offered year’s free online HR department by People First
Botswana pushing for more Indian investors
FC extends $15 million support to two Ghanaian banks
Shell plans $1.6 billion lifeline for Nigerian gas flare out
Siemens position itself to power Botswana’s development initiatives
SA’s Jubilee Platinum gets $4 million boost from Mitsubishi
Ethiopia’s international investment agreements will promote local trade
Barclays Bank of Uganda has embarked on a re-expansion plan.
Kenya’s broadband network estimated to cost Sh23 billion
Kenya’s agriculture sector gets Sh4 billion grant from Sweden
Africa’s development partners plan to double aid to Africa
Nigeria's LNG output level to hit 52 million metric tons
Angola’s Dalia Oil Field begins production
Satyam Computer signs deal with Egypt
Ugandan employees will be affected by tobacco firm’s restructuring
Tanzania and Ghana featured among top 10 global reformers for 2005/2006
Uganda Sugar Corporation in land crisis over lease agreements
East African Portland to sell more shares
South Africa’s JSE bounced back after losing streak
Ghana’s stock exchange “All- Share Index” inches up
Nigeria Stock Exchange to redesign its trading floor
Uganda’s Stanbic Bank share price predicted
Zimbabwe’s bond market fails to take off
Mittal steel agreement with Liberia may be signed shortly
Kenya optimistic about Malaysia livestock export deal
South African company Nikanor, to boost Congo mining
Zimbabwe’s National Investment Trust in fresh bid for Zimplats stake
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