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46. Tanzania: Country Investor Confidence Grows
  Friday, July 21, 2006  by Admin
  Investors, locally and foreign, in Tanzania were more positive during the first half of this year than last comparable period, according to the Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC).
 
47. Eastern African Power and Mining Industry Convention 2006
  Wednesday, June 07, 2006  by Admin
  Foreign investors are presently showing great interest in the energy sector and there is a large amount of investment in infrastructure throughout the country. The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and the Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) are happy to invite international investors to participate in expanding power sector capacity in Tanzania.
 
48. An investment guide to Tanzania
  Thursday, June 01, 2006  by Admin
  The Millennium Development Agenda of the international community emphasizes the potential role of the private sector in helping countries reach their development goals and targets. Foreign Direct Investment is recognized as an important factor in this context as it brings to host countries capital, technology, innovation, management know-how, as well as access to supply chains and new markets.
 
49. An investment guide to the East African Community; Opportunities and Conditions
  Thursday, June 01, 2006  by Admin
  This publication is intended as a guide to investors who are unfamiliar with the East African Countries. It provides good reasons as why to invest in the EAC as being – Market size and access, the EAC will offer the second largest single market in African once process of regional integration is completed; Resources and opportunities, many parts of the EAC offer soil and climate conditions ideal for a variety of agricultural products; An environment conducive to investment as the EAC offers a politically and economically stable environment.
 
50. Blue Book on Best Practice in Investment Promotion and Facilitation
  Thursday, June 01, 2006  by Admin
  This project was carried out by United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) and the Japan Bank for International Corporation (JBIC). The Book comprises of an eight point action plan to be acted upon over 12 months intended to move the country towards best practice in investment promotion and facilitation. Among the action plans include enhancing transparency in tax administration; strengthening the monitoring system for tracking measures agreed upon by the Tanzania National Business Council (TNBC); and jointly issuing East African Community member state business visas.
 
51. Macroeconomic Challenges of Scaling Up Aid to Africa - Checklist for practioners
  Thursday, May 11, 2006  by Admin
  The handbook provides a checklist of the macro economic challenges that low-income countries are like to face if they begin to receive significantly higher official development assistance (ODA) than in the past. The checklist is derived from a survey of economic literature, is a tool for developing illustrative macroeconomics scenarios for individual countries in response to a scaling up of aid flows.

 
52. Power Sector Investment Needs in Developing Countries being partners in Norwegian Development Cooperation
  Thursday, February 16, 2006  by Admin
  This report was prepared by the Power Sector Task Force with the objective of establishing an overview of the investment needs in the power sector and developing strategies for increased Norwegian engagement in developing countries where Norway has a unique and needed competence.
 
53. The impact of government policy on macroeconomic variables: A case study of private investment in Tanzania
  Friday, December 16, 2005  by Admin
  Government policies are critical in determining the rate of economic growth, the levels of private investment and the magnitude of credit to the private sector. Since the adoption of the economic recovery programmes (ERPs) in 1986, Tanzania has embarked on policies that aim to rebalance the role of public and private sector in the economy and thus emphasize private sector development. This is a major departure from the socialist policies of the pre-ERP period that relied heavily on public sector institutions
 
54. Inadequate Infrastructure Hinders Investments in EA
  Friday, November 25, 2005  by Admin
  Poor infrastructure and high corruption are major investment bottlenecks in East Africa, a gathering of members from the region was told.
Members of investment authorities of Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania with the East African Business Council (EABC) were in Sweden last week to market the regions investment opportunities. While launching the East African Investment Guide.
 
55. TCCIA investment company limited - 2005 Prospectus
  Thursday, November 24, 2005  by Admin
  The TCCIA Investment Company Limited (TCCIA Co.) is a public limited liability company established by the Tanzania Chamber of Commerce Industry and Agriculture (TCCIA) in efforts to make the TCCIA self financing as well as enabling TCCIA members take a leading role in the ownership and management of Tanzanian economy. TCCIA Co.
 
56. An Investment guide to Tanzania - Opportunities and conditions June 2005
  Thursday, November 24, 2005  by Admin
  This document is published as part of the UNCTADICC series of investment guides. The publications in this series are intended for the use of foreign investors who are largely unfamiliar with the countries covered. They are thus designed to offer overviews of potential locations for investment, rather than constitute exhaustive works of reference or provide detailed practical instruction.
 
57. TANZANIA: Investment and environment outlook
  Thursday, November 24, 2005  by Admin
  This Outlook has been prepared in the context of the project Strategies and mechanisms for promoting cleaner production investments in developing countries”, financed by the government of Norway and implemented by the Division of Technology, Industry and Economics of UNEP. The project has a global component and demonstration activities are carried out in five pilot countries.: Guatemala, Nicaragua, Tanzania, Vietnam and Zimbabwe.
 
58. Foreign Direct Investment through acquisition and implications for technology upgrading: Tanzania Case
  Saturday, August 20, 2005  by Admin
  The focus of this paper is in two aspects; the impact of FDI on technology transfer or absorption in new acquired enterprises, and the second focus is on the potential of technology spillover in the host country. The evidence presented in this paper is based on activity in Tanzania, a typical case of a developing country.
 
59. Tanzania firms fail to attract strategic partners
  Wednesday, August 17, 2005  by Admin
  Thousands of jobs are at a risk and some companies feared to close due to lack of investment capital. Most local firms are finding difficulties forming new joint ventures so as to expand the existing capital. Local investors are blaming poor infrastructure, high power tariffs, lack of Government support for the lack of progress of attracting new investors.
 
60. Namibia investors to support poor Tanzanians
  Tuesday, May 31, 2005  by Admin
  A Namibian group of investors known as Tunga Tunga African Trust is to establish an office in Dar es Salaam to support poor Tanzanians raise their standard of living.

Speaking to The Guardian on Saturday, Ms Else, group's President said all were set for her group to start capacity building initiatives among the Tanzanians who are currently living in poverty.
 

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