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The food products company uses local produce in manufacturing their products, working closely with both large scale and smallholder farmers in curbing post-harvest losses.


THE government has commended investments of Azam Bakhressa Group of Companies for tapping in the export market by trading products to as far off countries such as Malaysia and Yemen and encouraged them to continue promoting the country through their brands.

 

Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (Investment), Angellah Kairuki, also hailed the company for creating massive employment, both directly and indirectly, and embracing state-of-the-art technology.   

 

During a relationship building tour, Minister Kairuki on Monday visited Omar Packaging Industries Ltd, Bakhressa Food Products Ltd and CRDB Bank where she was briefed about the institutions’ successes and challenges.

 

“We commend you for putting emphasis on quality and it should be noted that you have been instrumental in assisting the government in its desire to see....

2020-10-27 15:18:41



To promote investment in the country, financial institutions have been advised to channel funding in areas that will enhance import substitution.


Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (Investment), Hon. Angela Kairuki, stressed to bankers on the need to finance key areas that will rid the country’s dependence on foreign good that can easily be produced locally.

 

Kairuki noted that important areas that need financing include the pharmaceutical industry, leather products, edible oil, meat, milk processing, packaging and industrial parks.

 

“There are over 700 different medicines and medical equipments; it is a huge area of investment that we, as a country, need to explore. I don’t see why bankers should dilly-dally when it financing projects in that area,” she said.

 

The minister also noted that industrial parks are key to attracting investment, be they public or privately owned.

 

The minister over the weekend made a tour....

2020-10-26 14:28:05



Jamii yafurahia faida za uwekezaji wa moja kwa moja kufuatia mwekezaji kuwakabidhiwa miradi ya Elimu


Mwekezaji wa Kiwanda cha kuchakata Pamba cha Alliance Ginnery cha Mkoani Simiyu ameikabidhi Serikali Shule ya Sekondari Salama Bugatu iliyopo Wilayani Magu, Mkoani Mwanza na Chuo cha Ufundi Kasoli kilichopo Mkoani Simiyu. Miradi hiyo ya Elimu imekabidhiwa kwa kituo cha Uwekezaji Tanzania (TIC) ambao ndio wenye Mamlaka ya kusimamia Uwekezaji nchini ambapo mradi wa Mwekezaji huyo umesajiliwa na TIC.

 

Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa TIC Dkt.Maduhu Kazi ndiye aliyepokea miradi hiyo kwa niaba ya Serikali ambapo amesema TIC inatambua mchango mkubwa unaoletwa na wawekezaji kwa nchi na jamii kwa ujumla, hivyo Serikali itaendelea kuvutia na kufanikisha uwekezaji nchini. Dkt. Kazi aidha amesema, TIC inasisitiza sana suala la wawekezaji kuwafikia wananchi wanaowazunguka kwa kuwapelekea miradi yenye manufaa ili waweze kufaidika na matunda ya uwekezaji hatua ambayo pia inasaidia kuboresha mahusiano kati ya Wawekezaji na jamii husika. 

 

"Nawapongeza....

2020-10-15 08:48:10



Benki ya Maendeleo ya Afrika Kunufaisha Wawekezaji Nchini Kupitia Serikali, Benki na Pia Mtu Mmoja Mmoja


Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Kituo cha Uwekezaji Tanzania-TIC Dkt.Maduhu Kazi amesema ipo haja Kwa wawekezaji nchini hususan wazawa, kuitumia Benki ya Maendeleo ya Afrika (AfDB) kwa mikopo ili kukuza mitaji yao. Ameyasema hayo katika kikao cha pamoja cha Mkurugenzi huyo wa TIC, Mkurugenzi Mtendaji wa Benki ya Maendeleo ya Afrika nchini Tanzania (AfDB) Dkt.Alex Mubiru na Rais wa Chemba ya Wafanyabiashara, wenye Viwanda na Kilimo Tanzania (TCCIA) Bw.Paul Koyi kilichofanyika katika ofisi ya TIC Jijini Dar es Salaam ambacho kilijadili namna ya kuendelea kifanikisha Uwekezaji nchini.

 

Dkt. Kazi amesema Serikali ya Awamu ya Tano chini ya Rais Dkt. John Pombe Magufuli imefanya jitihada nyingi za kuboresha mazingira ya uwekezaji lengo likiwa ni kuvutia uwekezaji zaidi jitihada ambazo zimefanikiwa kwa kiwango kikubwa na kuifanya Tanzania kupaa kiuchumi. Amezitaja jitihada hizo kuwa....

2020-10-05 08:24:00



The government is committed to work on the investment challenges in close collaboration with the private sector and other development partners


September 2020: The Government met with private sector representatives to collect views as part of the ongoing Review of the National Investment Policy of 1996 and Investment Act of 1997 at a conference was organized by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) in collaboration with Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) in Dodoma.

 

Introduction of Investment Act 1997 resulted in the creation of the Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) under which the country has witnessed a massive increase in both Domestic Direct Investment (DDI) and Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) flows.

 

Despite a number of successes since the Investment Policy was introduced, the sector still faces challenges in facilitating both local and foreign investments. Challenges are in different areas of investment coordination, promotion, facilitation, regional and international intergration, land for investment, investment....

2020-09-24 13:15:18




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