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Tanzania – Singapore Business Forum

05 Jun

The Singapore Business Federation is pleased to invite you to the inaugural Tanzania-Singapore Business Forum, organised in conjunction with the state visit of the President of the United Republic of Tanzania, H.E. Jakaya Kikwete, and his accompanying government and business delegation.

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President Kikwete accompanied by Tanzanian government and business Delegation, will give a keynote address to Singapore and Tanzania business companies.

Tanzania – Facts and Figures
Market Overview

– 5th among the world’s ten fastest growing economies by the IMF with an annual average GDP growth of 7.2%

– Access to a population of 46 million, the biggest in East Africa

– Strategic location as a natural East Africa hub with Dar Es Salaam as the largest port of entry serving neighbouring landlocked countries

– One of Sub-Saharan Africa’s top FDI destinations, and the leading East Africa FDI destination, pulling in an average of US$627 million a year in recent years

Tanzania Market Opportunities

– Telecommunications and Information Technology

– Construction and Real Estate Development

– Hospitality and Tourism

– Petroleum, Gas and Energy

– Transport and Logistics

– Agribusiness and Food Processing

– Mining

– Trading

– Infrastructure

– Port Development

– Commodities and

– Healthcare

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2 Comments

Posted by on June 5, 2013 in Uncategorized

 

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2 responses to “Tanzania – Singapore Business Forum

  1. Raymond Mtenga

    June 6, 2013 at 4:15 pm

    when &where is this happening?

     

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