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National Investment Facilitation Committee (NIFC) agrees on use of single form


13thNovember 2018: On its 5th meeting, the National Investment Facilitation Committee (NIFC) has unanimously agreed introduction of an online single form, which will greatly slash time used by investors to fill over 27 forms, with almost similar information from various Ministries and Agencies.

The Single Form will capture basic information like personal details of an investor, which are usually asked in every institution’s form. Technicians from the NIFC institutions will work together to design the form and report back to NIFC next month for approval.

NIFC also resolved to expedite ways of integrating online systems, from government institutions responsible for facilitating investors, in order to reduce time, cost and inconveniences that investors may face in the process of starting businesses.

The Meeting which was chaired and held at Tanzania Investment....

2018-11-15 11:53:27



Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) welcomes Ambassador of United States of America (USA) to Tanzania


Hon. Dr. Inmi Patterson, Ambassador of United States of America (USA) in Tanzania paid a courtesy call to the TIC Executive Director, Mr. Geoffrey Mwambe at TIC’s office in Dar es Salaam.

In her remarks, Hon. Dr. Patterson commended positively that, the Tanzanian government’s commitment to implementing the industrialization policy seeks to position Tanzania as a middle-income earner country by 2025. ‘This is a step ahead since through industrialization, jobs will be created and improved income will enable more people to pay taxes’, She said.

The US government is ready to support the government in implementation of various plans and called on Mr. Mwambe, on behalf of the Tanzanian government, to identify areas which the US government can support to improve business environment so as to attract more investors from....

2018-11-15 11:17:55



Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) welcomes Ambassador of United States of America (USA) to Tanzania


Hon. Dr. Inmi Patterson, Ambassador of United States of America (USA) in Tanzania paid a courtesy call to the TIC Executive Director, Mr. Geoffrey Mwambe at TIC’s office in Dar es Salaam.

In her remarks, Hon. Dr. Patterson commended positively that, the Tanzanian government’s commitment to implementing the industrialization policy seeks to position Tanzania as a middle-income earner country by 2025. ‘This is a step ahead since through industrialization, jobs will be created and improved income will enable more people to pay taxes’, She said.

The US government is ready to support the government in implementation of various plans and called on Mr. Mwambe, on behalf of the Tanzanian government, to identify areas which the US government can support to improve business environment so as to attract more investors from....

2018-11-15 11:14:09



TIC markets Tanzania at the World Investment Forum in Geneva


Geneva, 22 October 2018: The World Investment Forum (WIF) kicked-off in the Swiss capital with 160 nations participating as Tanzania looking to showcase the country as one of the best investment destinations on the African Continent because of its political stability, fast growing economy, good govenance and good infrastructure development. The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Secretary General, Dr Mukhisa Kituyi opened the five-day forum themed ‘investing for sustainable development’ under globalization and Industrialization.


 

Tanzania delegation led by its Permanent Representative to Geneva, Ambassador Dr. James Msekela, is fully participating in the forum with the Executive Director of Tanzania Investemnt Centre Mr. Geoffrey Mwambe expected to engage in various presentations, interviews and dialogues as a way of marketing Tanzania.  Furthermore, Mr Mwambe is also expected....

2018-10-29 14:00:28



TIC to market Tanzania at the World Investment Forum as it opens in Geneva


Geneva, 22 October 2018: The World Investment Forum (WIF) kicked-off in the Swiss capital with 160 nations participating as Tanzania looking to showcase the country as one of the best investment destinations on the African Continent because of its political stability, fast growing economy, good govenance and good infrastructure development. The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Secretary General, Dr Mukhisa Kituyi opened the five-day forum themed ‘investing for sustainable development’ under globalization and Industrialization. 

 
Tanzania delegation led by its Permanent Representative to Geneva, Ambassador Dr. James Msekela, is fully participating in the forum with the Executive Director of Tanzania Investemnt Centre Mr. Geoffrey Mwambe expected to engage in various presentations, interviews and dialogues as a way of marketing Tanzania.  Furthermore, Mr Mwambe.... 


2018-10-23 19:28:12




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