The country imports between 31,000 and 42,000 pairs of leather shoes from China and Southeast Asia, but less than three per cent of them are made from pure leather.

“I took a dwelling loan from SBI that supplied me an especially low price of interest because i am a woman, and bought a house in an affordable luxury assignment that supplied me reduce stamp obligation, took no registration fees, has camera surveillance security and connectivity to my office,” she says. “i did not assume it to be so effortless, flexible and rate-effective for me to purchase a house in a city like Mumbai. It surely is a good time to purchase residence in the country for ladies.”

By Apolinari Tairo
Tanzania is turning to Egypt to tap into the latter’s technology to help it revive its tanneries and leather factories.

Minister for Industry and Trade Charles Mwijage said the decision follows a meeting between Presidents John Magufuli of Tanzania and Egypt’s Abdel Fattah El-Sisi in Addis Ababa.

“We are looking to revive the defunct leather industries and establish new ones to process and utilise the millions of skins produced in Tanzania every year,” Mr Mwijage said.

Tanzania is second in Africa, after Ethiopia, in the numbers of livestock the country has. According to data from the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Livestock Development, Tanzania keeps 23 million heads of cattle, 16 million goats, seven million sheep and two million pigs.



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