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Tanzania’s 3rd Richest Man, Said Bakhresa Launches $120 Million Juice Processing Factory

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Said Bakhresa, Tanzania’s 3rd richest man, on Thursday launched a $120 million fruit processing factory in the outskirts of Dar es Salaam. Check also: The Youngest Billionaire In Africa, Mohammed Dewji To Create 100,000 Jobs In Tanzania According to Tanzania’s Daily News, Tanzania’s president John Magufuli personally launched the new plant which has the capacity to process 350 tonnes of fruits and ...

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Top 10 Richest Americans – 2016, According To Forbes

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The 2016 Forbes 400 Package Celebrates The Successes Of Immigrants: A Record  42 Immigrants Made This Year’s  List Plus: Donald Trump’s Fortune Falls $800 Million to $3.7 Billion. NEW YORK (October 4, 2016) – The billionaires onForbes’ 2016 ranking of the 400 richest people in America, “The Forbes 400” (p. 128 of the October 25, 2016 Forbes magazine issue), have a record-breaking, combined total net worth of $2.4 ...

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9 Career Secrets Every Young Person Should Know, According To A 25 Year Old CEO

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After Brian Wong skipped four years of school and graduated college at age 18, he co-founded a company that would receive more than $32 million in venture capital funding and land clients like McDonald’s and Pepsi. The now 25-year-old CEO and start-up co-founder of mobile advertising app Kiip fast-tracked his way to success. And he wants to help you do the same. Check also: Meet ...

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Uganda Issues A Warning To Foreign Retailers

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NAIROBI — The Ugandan Trade, Industry and Cooperatives Committee has given foreign retail outlets until early December to either invest in larger businesses or return to their home countries. Check also: All Foreigners Should Surrender Their Jobs To Tanzanians, “Said John Magufuli The September 5 announcement came after the Kampala City Traders Association (Kacita) petitioned parliament to regulate the influx of ...

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Why Africa’s Richest Man, Aliko Dangote Interested To Buy Arsenal F.C

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You might think that Africa’s richest man, would be satisfied with his investments. But Nigerian cement tycoon Aliko Dangote, who is worth almost $13 billion (£10bn) according to Forbes, has one ambition that remains unfulfilled—to buy English Premier League club Arsenal. Check also: Aliko Dangote Begins To Construct A $1 Billion Cement Plant In Nigeria Dangote, 59, and an ardent Arsenal fan, has ...

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