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Lucid Markets Tec – Your opportunity for a better future

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Lucid markets Tec is an investment opportunity for everyone. Based on a simple Idea: Let money work for you. Check also: Join Our Affiliate Program And Earn Big Commissions Up to 30 Percent A lot of people dream about to reach financial freedom through trading at the forex market but most of them fail and only lose money because its really ...

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Rwanda To Start Assembling Motorcycles In Difference Brands

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A new factory is set to start assembling motorcycles at Kigali Special Economic Zone, a move expected to reduce the cost of motorcycles in the country. Check also: BMW’s Vision Next Motorcycle Wont Need A Helmet To Ride It The factory, Rwanda Motorcycle Company (RMC), is expected to start assembling the motorcycles this month. Motorcycles are a common means of transport ...

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Karamoja Traders Turned To Dealing In Donkeys Than Cattle

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Karamoja — Cattle traders in karamoja have turned to dealing in donkeys because of the proceeds in the new trade. Currently, trade in donkeys is booming in the pastoralist communities of Karamoja of Uganda and Turkana of neighbouring Kenya. Check also: Rapists Deserve To Be Killed, Says President Museveni High demand for donkeys comes from Chinese traders who deal in donkey ...

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Botswana Has Been Ranked The Most Attractive Economy For Investments Flowing InTo Africa

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According to the index, Botswana is number one based on a range of factors which include an improved credit rating, current account ratio, import cover and ease of doing business. Check also: Nairobi Ranked Best City To Visit In 2017, According To UK Travel Publisher Commenting on the index, Mthuli Ncube, head of Quantum Global Research Lab, stated: “Despite considerable external ...

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Kenya’s Economy Grew 5.8 Percent Last Year, According To Statistics

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NAIROBI  – Kenya’s economy grew 5.8 percent last year, just above 5.7 percent growth the previous year but still slightly short of forecasts, the statistics office said on Wednesday. Check also: Kenyan Government To Terminate Lazy Road Contractors Government officials in the East African nation, which holds a general election in August, initially estimated the economy to have expanded by 5.9 ...

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