Sunday newspaper share tips: Mytrah Energy and Royal Dutch Shell

Sunday newspaper share tips: Mytrah Energy and Royal Dutch Shell
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We round up the Sunday newspaper share tips: This week Mytrah Energy and Royal Dutch Shell.

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Mytrah Energy listed on the Alternative Investment Market on October 12 2010 at 115p. At the time it had no assets. Today it is the second largest independent wind p…………… continues on This is Money

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Rwanda Tips Africa On Sustainable Development
News from AllAfrica.com:

The seventh African Economic Conference closed in Kigali last week with President Kagame telling experts that while their textbook economic policies are first-class, they need the backing of good politics to achieve sustainable growth and inclusive development.

“In Rwanda, we understand that politics and economics go hand in hand and we have made a conscious and deliberate choices of inclusive development based on our political reality. By and large, they have produced positive results,” he said. “Growth has been consistent and poverty levels considerably reduced by 12% from 56.9% to 44% in five years.”

Kagame stressed that efforts of both leaders and technocrats should not only result in economic growth as presented in figures but should see the creation of jobs, reducing of poverty and improving the welfare of citizens. “That is what inclusive development should be about,” the President noted.

Participants attending the conference were told that Rwanda was chosen to host this year’s event because it has indeed not only sustained the growth of its economy over the past years but also turned around the fortunes of its people as seen in the remarkable reduction of poverty over the past few years.

“We have an opportunity to learn from Rwanda and see whether we can adopt best practices in our own economies,” noted Donald Kaberuka, the president…………… continues on AllAfrica.com

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