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Dangote: “Tanzania is a safe place for Investment”

PRESIDENT Samia Suluhu Hassan met and held talks with businessman Alhaji Aliko Dangote the owner of Dangote Cement Factory who has invested in the Mtwara Region at the State House, Dar es Salaam on 24th May, 2021.


After the talks, Alhaji Dangote commended President Samia for taking various steps to improve the business environment in Tanzania and promised that his company which has invested in the country, amounting to US $ 770 million (equivalent to 1.761 trillion shillings) will continue to invest in other areas including his plan to build a fertilizer factory.


"We will continue to invest in Tanzania to create jobs, income and raise the well-being of the people of Tanzania, I think he needs support in this and we have promised her that we will....

2021-05-26 13:08:52

We have no plan and we have not thought of closing the industry in Tanzania, ‘DANGOTE'’

FEBRUARY, 2021; The management of Dangote Cement Factory in Tanzania  has spoken to the press conference to refute rumors circulating on social media that the factory wants to close its investment activities in the country. The CEO of Dangote Company Mr. Abdullah Baba has said the Dangote company exists, and has not considered leaving at all. So the information that appears on social media is not true and does not belong to the leadership of Dangote Factory.


"There are unofficial reports circulating online for some time now against the Dangote factory seeking closure, it should be noted that the information is not true it is a rumor so ignore it," said Baba.


Mr. Baba further clarified that, when Dangote Management wants to communicate with the public it uses....

2021-05-26 13:08:36

Mwambe - Wants investors who have faced challenges to see him

The Minister of Investment, Hon. Geoffrey Mwambe has given 14 days to investors in the country whose investment activities have been suspended in any way due to the decisions of government institutions to write letters and send them to the ministry, as he promised to work on them instantly.


He said this in Dar es Salaam while speaking to staff and journalists immediately after visiting the Tanzania Investment Center (TIC) Head Office.


He added that the private sector could have many challenges so his ministry is ready to sit down and look at the challenges facing investors and those who want to invest in the country to discuss and see how to assist them.


"There are investors who came and left because they failed to get approval....

2021-05-18 19:18:28

TIC Launch up a Tanzania Investment Call Center

The Government through the Tanzania Investment Center (TIC), has established a call center for investors to enable and facilitate Investment stakeholders to access the various information they need through phone calls, e-mail and social networks.

The center was inaugurated on May 12th  2021 in Dar es Salaam by the Permanent Secretary Office of the Prime Minister’s Office-Investment Professor Godius Kahyarara and he mentioned the contacts which can be used by both local and foreign investors are 0734989470, 0734989471, 0734989472 and 0737879087(WhatsApp).

 At the inauguration, Prof. Kahyarara said that the information which will be available at the call center includes knowing investment opportunities available in the country, the investment process, obtaining various licenses and permits, the investors will get information on the progress of their applications for....

2021-05-18 11:58:30

Tanzania and United Kingdom (UK) to maintain and promote investment relations

The Minister of Investment, Hon. Geoffrey Mwambe and the Minister of Industry and Trade, Prof. Kitila Mkumbo held a meeting with the British Minister for African Affairs in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth and Development of the United Kingdom, Mr. James Duddridge today 11th May 2021.


During the meeting, the Ministers had the opportunity to discuss various issues to maintain and promote trade and investment relations between Tanzania and the United Kingdom, amongst the discussed issue was for key Tanzanian products to be sold in the United Kingdom and attract major British investment in the country.


The meeting was also attended by the Permanent Secretary, Office of the Prime Minister (Investment), Prof. Godius Kahyarara with the British Ambassador to Tanzania, Hon. David Concar.



2021-05-12 12:28:55

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