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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 to invest so all these investors should come and write letters to us. We will go through the letters and process them in the ministry and discuss how to assist them." said Mwambe.


In addition, Hon. Mwambe called on the staff of TIC to work professionally, diligently and collaboratively and focus more on educating the public on investment issues to ensure the investment sector is growing in the country while avoiding corrupt practices, as it is against the rules and regulations of the public service.


"Employees should strive to ensure TIC is highly using professionalism and patriotism because if we help the Nation, we will be true patriots and not taking bribes at all.  Corruption at TIC is prohibited, we need to ensure TIC is corruption free zone," said Mwambe.


Hon. Mwambe has called on government Institutions to work together to build registered companies working in the country to make them profitable.  By doing so, the government will get tax. The Minister, warned some traders who use government officials to oppress investors who come to invest in Tanzania that severe legal action will be taken against them.


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