DAR ES SALAAM Tanzania (Xinhua)
-- The government of Tanzania
on Tuesday launched a business plan aimed at setting the
stage for amending laws and regulations to improve the
for Industry, Trade and Investment, Charles Mwijage,
launched the plan saying the new initiative will
identify and provide long and short term solutions to
specific challenges faced by private companies or
plan will consist business experts and officials from
public institutions and authorities related to business
operations,” said Mwijage when launching the plan at the
ongoing Dar es Salaam International Trade Fair (DITF) in
the commercial capital Dar es Salaam.
added: “The experts will teach people best ways of doing
business as well as policies and regulations guiding
He said he
was optimistic that the plan will be well executed for
the benefit of the business community and policy
regulators for to help the east African nation, the
second largest economy in East Africa after Kenya,
attain its middle income status by 2025.
At the same
time, Mwijage outlined three types of manufacturing
industries that the government was currently developing.
currently focusing on industries that will consume raw
materials which are locally produced. This is to
stimulate production and value addition,” said the
that the government was also giving priority to
industries that created more jobs.
government embraces these kinds of industries to create
inclusive economy to people making sure that the dream
of becoming a middle income country is realized,” said