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A section of business representatives from American companies are expected in Tanzania Monday next week for a two-day fact-finding mission.
The fact-finding mission will be held from September 27 to 28 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s leading commercial capital, and Zanzibar, the attractive tourist island in the Indian Ocean. During this time, investment opportunities in Tanzania will be explored through various business ventures.
Nineteen American firms and others with significant U.S. operations or investments with a total market capitalization of over US$1.6 trillion will take part in the fact-finding mission in Tanzania. The firms will be investigating trade and investment potential in Tanzania for future cooperation and business ventures.
The mission is led by the United States Embassy in Tanzania, in collaboration with the American Chambers of Commerce (“AmCham”) of Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa, and seeks to introduce American firms to the potential offered by the Tanzanian markets.
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