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As United Arab Emirates (UAE) places visa bans on 20 African countries, Tanzania president Samia strengthens ties with UAE. Photo/Pixwok

By agreeing to remove double taxation the countries also agree to remove barriers to bilateral investment and trade between one other. It is just as well because trade and investment between the two are growing.

Only recently the UAE renewable energy firm Masdar went into a deal with Tanzania to conduct several solar and wind power projects in the country.  Similarly, the Emirates also signed several trade financing agreements with a few countries in West Africa as the UAE makes its mark in global economic growth.

Qatar is only the latest of the United Arab Emirates that Tanzania is making trade and investment deals with. In February this year, Tanzania participated at the World Expo Dubai 2020 to promote its products and opportunities.…

  • Different stakeholders came together in an exclusive Ministerial & VIP Symposium from across the energy value chain to host a progressive discussion around sustainable energy development for the continent.
  • AOW will serve as a platform to fuel future collaborations and partnerships that can result in additional high-value deals in the energy sector.
  • Africa continent relies on the energy sector to power wealth creation, entrepreneurship, private sector expansion, and industrialization

The highly anticipated Africa Oil Week (AOW) ( 2021 that kicked off today at Madinat Jumeirah in UAE recorded a quite impressive response on its inaugural day with participation from over 1500 attendees from around the world.

This event which is expected to come to an end on 11th November brought together more than 30 heads of government departments from the African continent and the Middle East and high-level delegations including executives from some of the biggest global oil …