Doing Business in Tanzania Dar es Salaam. Tanzanian economy

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Learning unit: International trade and business in Tanzania.

- Introduction to the United Republic of Tanzania. Dar es Salaam.
- The Tanzanian economy.
- International Trade
- Introduction to Swahili
- Access to the Tanzanian market
- Business plan for Tanzania

Religion in Tanzania: Christians (62%), Islam (35%, Sunni Muslim) - Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence): Shafi.

Tanzania has preferential access to ...

Course learning materials En  Es Tanzania

Master in International Business for Tanzanian students - Master business in Africa - Course East Africa.

Tanzanian Market

Learning unit summary (Business in Tanzania)

In the last 20 years the United Republic of Tanzania has shifted from a centrally planned economy to a open market economy, thank to the good governance, promotion of the private sector, liberalization of international Trade and Foreign direct investment policies.

  • In the last 8 years Tanzania recorded Economic growth of 6%. Main drivers of Tanzanian growth are: private consumption, exports and gross fixed capital, tourism revenues, agriculture, construction, industry; services, Foreign direct investment and foreign aid.
  • Tanzanian services exports (travel, insurance ...) incomes rose by 14.1%
  • Tanzania is the biggest nation in the East Africa. Borders of the United Republic of Tanzania: Burundi, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Uganda, Zambia.
  • Official languages: Swahili and English

Example of the learning unit (Doing Business in Tanzania):
Tanzania Business

Institutions and Agreements of Tanzania: Relationships with China, Relationships with India, African Development Bank, Economic Commission for Africa, New Partnership for Africa's Development, African Union, Africa - South America Summit ...

Swahili
Swahili

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