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JNIA TERMINAL 3' WILL PAVE A WAY TO ATTRACT FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT


There is a close relationship between improved infrastructures and attraction of foreign investors. Completion of expansion of the Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) ‘Terminal 3' will pave a way to attract and increase  foreign direct investments. This was pointed out by the Executive Director of Tanzania Investment Centre Mr. Geoffrey Mwambe during his official visit at Tanzania Airport Authority aiming to recognize a job well done of JNIA Terminal 3 expansion which is about 82 percent completed.                                                                                                                                          

This is a good and huge investment made by the Government which will have a multiplying effect in attracting investments in various projects/opportunities. Terminal 3 will be a point for attracting investors both local and foreign who will be allowed to lease space and operate business/investments. The related projects that will emerge....

2018-10-10 15:51:30



Land Bank for Potential Investors in Kigoma Region


Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) brings to your attention the unique, self-contained seven clusters’ area for investment in Kigoma region. The  area is designated  for potential investors who are interested to invest  in manufacturing, warehousing, residential, recreational, trade, transport and logistics and institutional. It covers about 691 ha and is strategically located as it is close to Kigoma port which serves DRC, Burundi and Zambia. The area is proximate to railway, trunk road and airway link to the seaport of Dar es Salaam and neighbor countries gives competitive advantage as investment destination in Tanzania.

 

The self-contained seven clusters include the following:-

Manufacturing Cluster occupies a total area of approximately 205 ha. The size of each industrial plot is around 6000 square meters. Proposed industries   include Agro processing industries, building Materials,....

2018-09-27 09:22:14



Land Bank for Potential Investors in Kigoma Region


Land Bank for Potential Investors in Kigoma Region

Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) brings to your attention the unique, self-contained seven clusters’ area for investment in Kigoma region. The  area is designated  for potential investors who are interested to invest  in manufacturing, warehousing, residential, recreational, trade, transport and logistics and institutional. It covers about 691 ha and is strategically located as it is close to Kigoma port which serves DRC, Burundi and Zambia. The area is proximate to railway, trunk road and airway link to the seaport of Dar es Salaam and neighbor countries gives competitive advantage as investment destination in Tanzania.

 

The self-contained seven clusters include the following:-

Manufacturing Cluster occupies a total area of approximately 205 ha. The size of each industrial plot is around 6000 square meters.....

2018-09-27 08:41:35



SWISS AMBASSADOR TO TANZANIA VISITED TANZANIA INVESTMENT CENTRE.


H. E. Florence Tinguely Mattli, Swiss Ambassador to Tanzania paid a courtesy call to the Executive Director of Tanzania Investment Centre Mr. Geoffrey Mwambe on 19th September, 2018 at TIC’s Office. In her remarks the Ambassador pointed out that Tanzania and Switzerland have a long history of cooperation in trade and investment.  The Swiss are investing in agriculture, health, tourism and education.  Among others, she advised the Government to proceed on removing unnecessary obstacles to create conducive environments for investors and attract more Swiss enterprises. She promised that his office will influence Swiss companies to come and invest in different areas/sectors based on the Government priorities.

 

Mr. Mwambe highlighted the fact that Tanzania is a potential country to Switzerland in terms of trade and investment opportunities. The Government is....

2018-09-21 13:05:41



SWISS AMBASSADOR TO TANZANIA AND ZAMBIA VISITED TANZANIA INVESTMENT CENTRE.


H. E. Florence Mattli, Swiss Ambassador to Tanzania and Zambia paid a courtesy call to the Executive Director of Tanzania Investment Centre Mr. Geoffrey Mwambe on 19th September, 2018 at TIC’s Office. In her remarks the Ambassador pointed out that Tanzania and Switzerland have a long history of cooperation in trade and investment.  The Swiss are investing in agriculture, health, tourism and education.  Among others, she advised the Government to proceed on removing unnecessary obstacles to create conducive environments for investors and attract more Swiss enterprises. She promised that his office will influence Swiss companies to come and invest in different areas/sectors based on the Government priorities.

 

Mr. Mwambe highlighted the fact that Tanzania is a potential country to Switzerland in terms of trade and investment opportunities. The Government....

2018-09-21 11:23:30




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