Tanzanian Shilling


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Tanzanian Shilling

The currency of Tanzania. It was introduced in 1966, replacing the East African shilling. It is one of the least valuable currencies in the world.
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Lower fuel costs, lower labour costs driven by the impact of the devaluation of the Tanzanian shilling on local labour costs and the higher production base were partly offset by increased contracted services costs as a result of the ramp-up of the Gokona Underground.
Kikwete has ordered an investigation into Ulimboka's disappearance but cautioned that the doctors' demand that their salaries be tripled -- from 950,000 Tanzanian shillings ($620) per month to 3.
When Mike addressed the congregation he suggested that, in addition to the lack of drinking water, the completion of the new church by building a roof was equally important and, perhaps, St Mark's should set a target to raise pounds 2,300 - equivalent to several million Tanzanian shillings - which is the estimated cost of building the roof.
Celtel is also an active sponsor of major music events (Kilimusic awards, Fiesta) and conducts the biggest promotions in the country, offering millions of Tanzanian shillings to its customers annually (Win your dream/home/farm).
Loans will be managed by Bank of Africa branches across Tanzania and be provided to eligible companies in Tanzanian shillings, US dollars and Euro.
O'Driscoll, 31, was left stunned when the bag carriers went head-tohead over the 10,000 Tanzanian shillings - around EUR5.
Branches of Bank of Africa across Tanzania will manage the loan and will be provided to eligible companies in Tanzanian shillings, US dollars and Euro.
In the 1970s, there was the extraordinary situation whereby Tanzanians travelled all the way to Dubai in order to buy made-in-Kenya shirts because no one in Kenya would accept Tanzanian shillings.