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  • Tanzania, Qatar End Double Taxation Inking Trade and Investment Pact

    Posted on :Wednesday , 12th October 2022

    Tanzania and Qatar have signed a MoU to end double taxation and strengthen trade and investment ties with the United Arab Emirates (UAE).


    A media statement issued by the State House says the objective of the MoU is to 'enhance trade and investment cooperation and partnership between business communities from Tanzania and Qatar.'


    To strengthen trade and inve. . .

  • Over 80 Indian companies to present industrial and engineering products and machinery in Dar es Salaam

    Posted on :Tuesday , 13th September 2022

    EEPC India as a part of INDEE Tanzania 2022 brings over 80 Indian companies presenting industrial and engineering products and machinery in Dar es Salaam. The event coincides with the 22nd Indusmach 2022 international trade exhibition which is showcasing engineering products, tool, hardware, machinery and equipment for the East African market. The trade show will be held from 22nd to 24th Septe. . .

  • Aviareps Announces Opening of Two New Offices in Tanzania and Kenya

    Posted on :Thursday , 25th August 2022

    Aviareps, leading international representation, marketing and communications company for aviation, tourism, hospitality, and food & beverage brands, will open two new offices in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi, Kenya in October 2022.


    The new owned offices will create a permanent Aviareps presence in Tanzania and Kenya to provide specialized GSA representation service. . .

  • Pakistan to Invest Sh2.3 Trillion in Tanzania

    Posted on :Thursday , 25th August 2022

    Dar es Salaam. Pakistan is planning to inject some $1 billion in Tanzania during the next 5 years as the Asian nation seeks to up its involvement in various sectors of the latter’s economy.


    The plan, which comes within 1 month after the launch of the Tanzania-Pakistan Business Council (TPBC), will benefit agriculture, water, mining, education, health, port,. . .

  • Tanzanian Fintech Firm Eyes a Piece of Kenya's Sh420 Billion Remittance

    Posted on :Wednesday , 17th August 2022

    Tanzanian payment financial technology (fintech) firm Nala been on the upswing since it secured pre-seed funding from Accel in year 2019, with which it built a mobile money service for East Africa. Then last year it raised $10 million more and has now set its target higher in the lucrative remittance market.


    It is now eyeing a bigger piece of Kenya's Sh420 billion inflows, mo. . .


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