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  • The tripling of investment in 2022 is a statement to the world that the East African nation is open for business.
  • The success is a straightforward strategic plan from President Samia’s administration since she assumed office in March 2021.

Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC) records show that the year 2022 has made the statement ‘Invest in Tanzania’ hold water. Over the past months, several activities have echoed across multiple fields, including manufacturing, transportation and tourism.

TIC records show that from July to November 2022 there was an increase of 22.2 percent in investment projects (132 registered projects) compared to 102 projects registered during the same period in July to November 2021.

In October, the American firm Moody’s Investors Service changed its status on Tanzania’s outlook from stable to positive, noting that political risks have declined under President Samia Suluhu Hassan’s administration, which concurrently promotes economic development and strong diplomatic ties.

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Energy producers argue that Tanzania’s LNG international markets could be worth around 44.3 billion (based on 2021 markets), thus proving how the sector benefits all parties involved in the investment. 

The EACOP pipeline is another success story that Tanzania wears as a badge of honour. It managed to win Uganda over and sweep off Kenya from the deal, as Tanzania’s land laws and policies favoured the project timeline. According to information from the EACOP official website, the oil project will transform oil and gas investment in both countries while increasing their FDI by over 60 per cent during the construction phase alone. 

Mining is another extractive sub-sector that yields profits for both Tanzania and investors. After facing a series of international legal complications, Tanzania's new mining landscape is open for business.

Big global miner such as Barrick Gold has solidified investment in Tanzania mines which produce valuable diamond and gold…

  • China is one of Tanzania’s biggest trade partner
  • Tanzania’s industrial economy has been growing over the past decade
  • Tanzania has nabbed US$3 billion investment from China company

Investment in Tanzania is changing the labour market and industries in Tanzania for the better.

The government of Tanzania is doubling down on expanding its industrial complex as the new industrial scheme stands to draw around 100,000 direct jobs and 300,000 by 2025 and change Tanzania economy for good.

Tanzania’s industrial economy is slated to expand twelve-fold in the next three years, adding more support to the minor industrial landscape currently operating nationwide, while expanding the list of reasons to invest in Tanzania.

Industries in Tanzania have become a critical component of economic transformation.  Tanzania has more than 62,000 small industries which add value to raw materials extracted internally.

READ: Tanzania bagging billions in natural gas investments

According to the Ministry of Investment, …

President Suluhu Hassan has welcomed American investors in her bid to “set the tone for creating the safe lending for investors”.

By 2021, Tanzania led in East Africa in the number of FDI attracted from the US to Tanzania, followed by Kenya and Uganda.

Over the past years, there was deterioration in Tanzania’s business and investment sector that marred the nation’s attractiveness.

The latter brought Tanzania to rank 141 out of 190 countries on the 2020 World Bank Ease of Doing Business Report, which the International Trade Administration argued to be the lowest among the nation’s peers.

Hence, President Suluhu Hassan’s administration is addressing the latter. Her government has now substantially improved cross border trading with its neighbouring nations, dealing with unrealistic taxes, unnecessary bureaucracy, delayed refunds and unfriendly administration of taxes.…

East Africa (Tanzania and Uganda in this case) is endowed with plenty of natural resources that mark it as a potential region for investment and economical prosperity. The East Africa Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) is another milestone that will levitate Tanzania to a good position economically.

The crude oil project which was stalled since 2019, has taken a new leap that sounds promising to the two countries which are eyeing maximizing the potential of $15 billion in investment (The East African 2021).

Earlier this week, the project was signed off by Uganda President Yoweri Museveni in the nation’s capital, Kampala and Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu. The process was postponed from the original date of March 22 after the sudden death of President John Magufuli.

The EACOP project landscape

This historic project plans to transfer crude oil via a 1,445 long pipeline extending from western Uganda to the Indian ocean in …