A deep dive into Tanzania’ Ambitious Structural and Political Reforms with Gilead Teri, Executive Director at Tanzania Investment Centre.
We are pleased to extend this invitation hosted in collaboration with Tanzania High Commission UK, Tanzania Investment Centre and Zanzibar Investment Promotion Agency.
This will be on the 1st of June – 8.30 am to 10 am @ Stephenson Harwood LLP – 1 Finsbury Circus – London EC2M 7SH
The breakfast briefing will provide an update on Tanzania’s economic, political and structural reforms and the focus by the Government to actively engage with the private sector. The new approach of doing business under the leadership of Her Excellency President Samia Suluhu Hassan is paying off, if we are to go by Moody’s latest rating of a positive outlook for Tanzania and the show of confidence by UK energy companies and the return of Mining companies to the country. Last month, Tanzania signed contracts worth USD $667 Million with Australian Companies to mine Graphite and rare earths, this is in line with the Government’s agenda to promote sustainability in the mining Industry. Our speakers will provide latest information on some of these developments.
Mr Teri, is a private sector development expert, prior to joining TIC, he led the World Bank’s Tanzania Investment Climate Program, he will be joined in the meeting by senior directors from Zanzibar Investment Promotion Agency, the CEO of Tanzania Tourist Board and Dr. Asha Migiro, Tanzania High Commissioner to the UK.
Mr Teri will address challenges common in any business engagement and discuss developments in Tanzania’s commercial and investments disputes space to reassure and provide investor confidence.
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