Starting a new business in Tanzania is more difficult today than a year ago, a World Bank report says.Published recently by the World Bank and the International Finance Corporation, the report shows that Tanzania has been ranked 14th out of 46, among the sub-Saharan countries. This is way below fellow East African Community members Kenya and Uganda, which are ranked fifth and tenth, respectively.I don’t really understand what’s going on with these guys.
Tanzania: Starting Business Now Tougher, Says World Bank September 26, 2008
East African Community Investment Forum in New York September 11, 2008
Investment Forum Mission A thriving, vibrant private sector is paramount to sustainaible economic development, innovation and long lasting prosperity in East Africa. The growth of Africa’s private sector, particularly the crucial Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), faces the primary challenge of linking to and accessing global financial capital. To this end, this forum provides a platform for government agencies, private companies and financial institutions to showcase investment opportunities in East Africa to a wider global audience
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Paper: Financing Solution to Contractors September 3, 2008
Financing Solution to Contractors presented at the Consultative Meeting on Contractors Financial Management Aspects organized by the Contractors Registration Board held at Karimjee Hall Dar es Salaam 8th 9th May 2008 By Felix G. Kibodya LLB Hons, LLM, Advocate Head of Legal Department NBC Ltd and Chairman, Tanzania Bankers Association In-house Legal Counsel Committee.